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Unread 06-07-2013, 09:01 AM   #1
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Here's my split:

Legs
Chest and tris
Back and bis
Shoulders
Rest

Do you think deadlifting on leg and back day is too close together? I know at least 24 hours of rest is ideal, but should I wait longer for such an intense exercise?

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Unread 06-07-2013, 09:56 AM   #2
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I do my deadlifting as my first exercise on my back and shoulders day. The day before that I do legs. There is a little bit of soreness in my legs but its totally doable. :-)
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Cool. Today is back day so I guess I'll just see how it goes!

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Here's my split:

Legs
Chest and tris
Back and bis
Shoulders
Rest

Do you think deadlifting on leg and back day is too close together? I know at least 24 hours of rest is ideal, but should I wait longer for such an intense exercise?

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I do deadlifts on leg day.
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I do deadlifts on leg day.
But not on back as well?

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But not on back as well?

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No. I workout my back on Tuesdays and leg days are on Friday which is today. I use DL for lower back/hamstrings.
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Here's my split:

Legs
Chest and tris
Back and bis
Shoulders
Rest

Do you think deadlifting on leg and back day is too close together? I know at least 24 hours of rest is ideal, but should I wait longer for such an intense exercise?

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You don't have to do a normal split lol. To mix it up I've done front/back splits. 1 day is all front, chest, bi's, quads shoulders. Next day back, all back, rear delts, tri's and hammies. Day off, then repeat.

Recovery time is 24-48 hours so you're fine, just get a good stretch. Do RDL's on leg day and regular deads on back day. But I give you many kudos for putting legs first. Awesome
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