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Old 07-01-2013, 02:33 AM  
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It would depend on load and frequency. The thing with fatigue is that there is no real concrete science behind it.

But looking at the exercise selection, I would say that doing 2 heavy Deadlift or Deadlift variation sessions back to back is not worth it. Spread them out. Same with the bench.

I also think, from personal exercise, that when it comes to strength training you shouldn't push more than 4 days a week. But this is, like I said, my experience and the people that train under me.

I would do (using the same exercises you've listed):

Mon - DL + OHP
Tue - Box Squat + Pull-ups
Wed - OFF
Thu - Bench + Rack Pulls
Fri - Squat + Rows
Sat - Off
Sun - Off

But this is taking progression, volume, workload, etc all as void.

Not trying to spam but since this topic will be brought up, here's two articles on Fatigue:
Intensity Cycling and High Intensity Overtraining
What is Fitness-Fatigue?
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