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Old 05-14-2013, 09:57 PM   #11
linedriver465
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Originally Posted by Hywelbane View Post
Thanks.
I just recently thought of trying this set up. When doing PHAT the original way I felt like my deadlift and squat suffered by only doing 1 ME lift that catered to just the squat or deadlift. I like this way because, as you said, it allows me to accommodate for deadlift and I get to have my "powerbuilding" fun with a quad and hamstring day.
To mimic hitting quads and hammies 2x week, have you considered the following? I was thinking about this...

Lower 1:
Squats
RDL
etc..

Lower 2:
Deads
Front Squats
etc...
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