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Old 11-28-2010, 08:16 AM   #4
ehubbard
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Originally Posted by BendtheBar View Post
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?
Yes, although with the good mornings I would use more of a bent knee version as opposed to a stiff leg version

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Thanks Ehubbs.

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.
That sounds smart. And yes it should work.
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