Originally Posted by PeyZS
The dead lift that switches in here is CDL in place of squat. So no, you get 2 hams, 2 calves, 1 quad, and 1 kinda ham (the CDL)
In my post I wasn't calling the RDL a dead lift, but a ham exercise alla leg curls
Actually, the CDL doesn't replace squats. It replaces RDLs or a leg curl as the first ham dominant movement. After that you'd do leg presses as the first quad dominant movement. Then finish it off with an iso ham exercise (1 leg curl) and an iso quad exercise (leg extensions or whatever) and then calves. You still have 2, 2, and calves.
Lyle mentioned this himself in the other thread...
If you started with clean grip, it'd be more like
clean grip deadlift: probably go sets of 5 here, not everyone can do higher reps safely
now you really need a more quad dominant exercise as the second movement. Foot low leg press or front squat would fit here well (low back isn't used as much on front squats)
then you'd do a second hamstring/glute exercise
and a second quad exercise
A clean grip deadlift workout is
iso ham/glute third
iso quad fourth
In every possible combination... it's still 2 hams, 2 quads, and calves.