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Old 03-17-2011, 02:17 PM   #1

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Default Deadlift Assistance Exercises

So in the shoutbox I've been asking a lot of questions on deadlifts recently.
Basically I shouldn't do them every other day like I want to.

So it looks like in a routine I'm thinking of, Wednesdays will be my deadlift days.
However, what other exercises on Mon/Fri can I do that'll help with my deadlift?

I've been told hyperextensions and good mornings will help, but is it safe to do with deadlifts in the middle day?
Hypothetically, if I do hypers Monday and Good Mornings Friday and DL on Wednesday, why is it so much worse to DL all three days?

Or is it just as bad to do those exercises that day as well?

Any advice is appreciated. Thanks,
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