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Unread 05-15-2017, 07:32 PM
thekid100 thekid100 is offline
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It was 4 sets of rows 1 day, and 3 sets of rows the other upper day, but I changed the 2nd upper body day to Lat Pulldowns cuz I wouldn't imagine doing just rows with no lat pulldown movement,.

I don't think its a recovery thing because they know I've handled higher volume before..

and no other RDL's or lower back work.
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Unread 05-16-2017, 07:36 AM
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Maybe you could try asking them to see if there was a reason they went with that.
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Unread 05-17-2017, 01:59 PM
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I also do 3 sets of RDL's, 8 sets of facepulls, and 3 sets of rear delt on the peck deck
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It was 4 sets of rows 1 day, and 3 sets of rows the other upper day, but I changed the 2nd upper body day to Lat Pulldowns cuz I wouldn't imagine doing just rows with no lat pulldown movement,.

I don't think its a recovery thing because they know I've handled higher volume before..

and no other RDL's or lower back work.
Without knowing much about you or your goals, etc. it is hard to make a meaningful critique. With that said, I do find it strange that the original program had that much work for rear delts and midback, but no pullup type of movement.
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