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Unread 06-22-2018, 10:22 AM
iudsghzdg iudsghzdg is offline
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Default Alternating Pulling Exercises

My current pull exercises are the following:
Row: 6-8 X 4
Pulldown: 10-12 X 3
Reverse Fly: 10-12 X 3

Would there be a benefit(s) in alternating the order and rep ranges of row and pulldown every second training session? For example:
Pulldown: 6-8 X 4
Row: 10-12 X 3

I realize this is listed as an option on the GBR thread and I tried searching for discussion of it but I could not find anything.

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Unread 06-22-2018, 10:43 AM
LightCrow LightCrow is offline
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It's a personal preference sort of thing. I like to do that when I'm on the GBR. Something like a Yates row or barbell row could cause problems with lower back fatigue at the higher reps vs. something like a cable or chest supported row, so it may depend slightly as well.
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Unread 06-22-2018, 02:59 PM
lylemcdonald lylemcdonald is offline
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My current pull exercises are the following:
Row: 6-8 X 4
Pulldown: 10-12 X 3
Reverse Fly: 10-12 X 3

Would there be a benefit(s) in alternating the order and rep ranges of row and pulldown every second training session? For example:
Pulldown: 6-8 X 4
Row: 10-12 X 3

I realize this is listed as an option on the GBR thread and I tried searching for discussion of it but I could not find anything.
You can. Or you can wait to switch it until the next cycle. 6 of one half a dozen of the other.
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