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    im looking to add em into my routine finally and trying to figure out which day..
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    Leg Day
    9.95%
    40
    Back Day
    79.35%
    319
    I Don't Deadlift
    5.72%
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    Other - Explain
    4.98%
    20
    "Leg Day Is Business"
    Layne Norton

  • #2
    I think most would agree back day, as long as your not talking bout working hams with sldl's

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    • #3
      back for sure,Ive always done them at the end of a back workout and my back continues to grow and get stronger.Just my opinion to do them last as they are very taxing if you do them properly

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      • #4
        Yeah, last nail in your back workout.

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        • #5
          i actually rotate each week with doing them on back day and leg day....i always do them as my last exercise either way though.

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          • #6
            now i do rack deads on back day and stiff leg deads w/ legs

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            • #7
              I deadlift after squats.

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              • #8
                I do full deads on back day and stiffleg deads on legs day. you can put it any day. I'm seen people put deads on shoulder day.

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                • #9
                  1/4 deads below the knees...full contraction at the top......on back day.
                  You know.......if you started saving your money today.......in a year or so....you could afford that sense of humor you so desparately need.

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                  • #10
                    rack pulls at the end of back day

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                    • #11
                      Used to always do them as the last exercise on back day, but after many lower back problems I don't do them at all.
                      Republicans buy shoes too.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by chuckattude View Post
                        I do full deads on back day and stiffleg deads on legs day. you can put it any day. I'm seen people put deads on shoulder day.

                        do the same thing -dlift/back day, stiffleg dead/leg day

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                        • #13
                          nothing makes you as thick as dealifts from the floor....I prefer doing them on back day too. I personally like to do them first because I have more energy for them and can go heavier. Also....since they are such a compound movement I don't get such an isolated pump from them so I like to finish off with pulldowns, pullovers, or some type of row to get a really good pump.

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                          • #14
                            I like to do them first on back day also. I have got good results doing bent over rows first then deads followed by the rest of my back workout.

                            The main thing is just do it!

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by texasbulldog View Post
                              nothing makes you as thick as dealifts from the floor....I prefer doing them on back day too. I personally like to do them first because I have more energy for them and can go heavier. Also....since they are such a compound movement I don't get such an isolated pump from them so I like to finish off with pulldowns, pullovers, or some type of row to get a really good pump.
                              deadlifts feel better when your back has a pump already.
                              "Truth is truth, no matter who speaks it."
                              Siddhattha Gotama

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