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Old 07-06-2009, 09:34 AM   #5
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It's funny you bring up Good Mornings and Front Squats. I am a big believer in training both for better deadlift totals.

I've never tried the dead stop good morning though.

I should also mention that I rarely to regular squats anymore. When I log workouts it's almost always low box squats.

Also, I really like the idea of training posterior chain on its own day. I've set up a few powerbuilding style routines like this, And I tend to train like this myself, though I haven't for the last 3-4 months.

It's a very foreign concept to bodybuilding routines.

Do you use the 5/4/3/2/1 with deadlifts? I assume you do. My back responds really well to heavier singles, so I have lately been doing rest pause singles to a 10 rep total.

And what exercises do you primarily use for side/front delts? The reason I ask is because I see side delts on the day after the "pressing" day, and was wondering if you do any dumbbell or barbell overhead presses?
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