Banded Rack pull placement in pull session

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    Koon Boat
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    Right now my pull session looks like this. Lats and upper back being weak points I want to bring up. V grip cable pullover, Dual D handle Pulldown, Chest supported t bar row, banded rack pull. Bryce told me I should place banded rack pulls at the beginning of my pull session due to the time it takes me to setup everything, and that I may not be getting everything out of the movement. I liked the feel of them after everything’s basically pre-exhausted but will change the order if it’s beneficial. How would you structure my pull day?

    #17155
    BryceBahm
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    They order isn’t quite as important as performance. One lift shouldn’t make the next suffer. And nothing is set in stone, so feel free to play with the order. I never said you “should change your order.” I just suggested a few options and some perspective.

    #17156
    BryceBahm
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    There is a fairly recent pull session with deadlifts video we shot in the videos for Joe. You should dig it up.

    #17451
    Joe
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    Right now my pull session looks like this. Lats and upper back being weak points I want to bring up. V grip cable pullover, Dual D handle Pulldown, Chest supported t bar row, banded rack pull. Bryce told me I should place banded rack pulls at the beginning of my pull session due to the it takes me to setup everything, and that I may not be getting everything out of the movement. I liked the feel of them after everything’s basically pre-exhausted but will change the order if it’s beneficial. How would you structure my pull day?

    I wouldn’t start with the pullover. I’d start with the pull down. Sequence won’t make a massive difference, but I do like always starting with your “priority body part”

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