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Old 08-05-2010, 07:59 AM   #3
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Thanks Ehubbs.

So if I am understanding this correctly, during accumulation I could possibly use good mornings and sumo deadlifts to help focus on weak hamstrings instead of squats and standard deadlifts?

I'm was thinking about splitting the accumulation squat sets into half, and using some for good mornings. Would this be a solid choice in your experience? My hamstrings are my weak chain, and heavy RDLs are starting to eat at my back, so I am thinking about using more good mornings again.
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