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Old 04-06-2010, 10:51 AM   #8
Trevor Lane
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Originally Posted by BendtheBar View Post
Personally I would add a deadlift day on Wednesday and do them before squats, since it is a focus. Them you could move back/pull work to thursday and push work to Monday.
Actually, I typo'ed that... the push & pull are reversed (Tues-push, Thurs-pull), so what I was really thinking was this:
M-Squat, Tu-Push, W-squat, Th-dead/pull, F-Squat, Sat-misc

but you're saying add the deads on Wed and slide everything over:
M-Push, Tu-Squat, W-dead Th-pull, F-Squat, Sat-misc

So, I would still be replacing a squat day with a deadlift day. I dunno, I really like squatting 3 days a week and I think the deads/variations would go well in place of the high pull that I've been doing lately on Thursdays. I'll try a week my way and a week the way you said and see what works better.

Last edited by Trevor Lane; 04-06-2010 at 10:56 AM.
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