Exercise order in a workout

HypertrophyCoach Joe Bennett Forums Training Exercise order in a workout

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  • #389022
    Amit Naor
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    Hello Bryce and Joe.
    I’m a bit confused with all the short/mid/length position exercises and the benefits of each one of them.

    The problem is, i don’t know if there is a thumb role of what to do first,
    For ex: in a push day, should i start my tricep section with “seated cable extension” or with regular cable extension (face to the cable), and then when do i add the length position with the over head variation. What would you do in your program if you had to pick the order or the sequence (1. This exercise 2 sets of top and back of set. 2. This and this exercise do pump work and)

    And I’m asking this for biceps too
    With
    1. Db/rope hammer curl
    2. One hand db/cable preacher curl
    3. Incline db/cable curl

    What would be the most “correct” or beneficial approach with this subject

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    BryceBahm
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    #389607
    Amit Naor
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    I mean, if seated triceps extension is an exercise that works in the mid position of the muscle, i will be able to make more overload over time and joe also said that if he could choose two ranges that he would work more is “mid and lengthen”,

    So regular tricep extension (face to cable) are not so important? In that case?

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