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    Hey guys. Would really appreciate your take on it.

    I was wondering how one would fit in deadlifts and rack pulls on upper days and then stiff leg deadlifts on lower body days? Isn’t that too much stress on the lower back?

    I train Monday Wednesday Friday (upper lower upper etc.)

    For example

    Upper 1
    Deadlifts for back thickness

    Lower1
    Leg press
    Ham curl

    Upper 2
    Chest supported row (back T)

    Lower 2
    Romanian deadlifts
    Sumo leg press

    Upper 3
    Rack pulls (back T)

    Lower 3
    Squats
    Ham curl

    Thank you for everything.

  • #2
    Yes, it is too much work (too frequent). Go with one or the other and switch them out when you stagnate with one.

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    • #3
      Thank you so much.

      So I will keep deadlifts in upper1 and stiff legs in lower 2 and replace deadlifts with rack pulls when it stalls down the line.

      Am I on the right track? Thanks again.

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      • #4
        You are, yes! Good call.

        Skip

        Originally posted by mr_marwaha View Post
        Thank you so much.

        So I will keep deadlifts in upper1 and stiff legs in lower 2 and replace deadlifts with rack pulls when it stalls down the line.

        Am I on the right track? Thanks again.
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        • #5
          Thank you so much for your help. I truly appreciate it.

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