Same workout 2x week

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    Alex Sauter
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    Hey Joe, on your 6 week programmer, it has the same workouts repeated for PPL, do you think it can be bad going to failure on an exercise 3 or 4 days after you just did it? Would you recommend a rotation of 2 different days for each PPL workout.

    #21752
    Alex Sauter
    Participant

    Hey Joe, on your 6 week programmer, it has the same workouts repeated for PPL, do you think it can be bad going to failure on an exercise 3 or 4 days after you just did it? Would you recommend a rotation of 2 different days for each PPL workout.

    I’m sure you have answered this in a previous video or q&A but I just can’t find it, I’m sure you wouldn’t set up the workouts how they are if it wasn’t optimal.

    #21870
    Joe
    Keymaster

    Hey Joe, on your 6 week programmer, it has the same workouts repeated for PPL, do you think it can be bad going to failure on an exercise 3 or 4 days after you just did it? Would you recommend a rotation of 2 different days for each PPL workout.

    #21906
    Alex Sauter
    Participant

    Yeah that helps a lot, thanks! Also, I notice some of the 6 week planner workouts have like RDL and deadlifts on the pull day, but some of the programs don’t. Is that just to emphasize erectors and thickness on some programs, but other parts of the back on other programs? Would just having rows and pull downs be enough to keep the mass you gain from hip hinges?

    #21907
    Richard Freeman
    Participant

    Yeah that helps a lot, thanks! Also, I notice some of the 6 week planner workouts have like RDL and deadlifts on the pull day, but some of the programs don’t. Is that just to emphasize erectors and thickness on some programs, but other parts of the back on other programs? Would just having rows and pull downs be enough to keep the mass you gain from hip hinges?

    LOL a couple of hours ago in the gym I showed this workout to a fellow bb, and he noticed the RDL and deadlift in same session. He would avoid lower back overload, but the DL is only one set, I argued.

    #21911
    Alex Sauter
    Participant

    I meant like RDL OR deadlifts on pull day, I don’t think any pull workouts have RDL’s and deadlifts on the same day? I think you misunderstood what I was asking. I meant some pull days have heavy rack pulls, rdls, or other variations, but some pull workouts are like just rows and pull downs not really any heavy pulling.

    #21925
    Richard Freeman
    Participant

    I meant like RDL OR deadlifts on pull day, I don’t think any pull workouts have RDL’s and deadlifts on the same day? I think you misunderstood what I was asking. I meant some pull days have heavy rack pulls, rdls, or other variations, but some pull workouts are like just rows and pull downs not really any heavy pulling.

    His program DOES have deads and RDL on same day. That is my point.

    #21929
    Joe
    Keymaster

    [quote quote=21911]I meant like RDL OR deadlifts on pull day, I don’t think any pull workouts have RDL’s and deadlifts on the same day? I think you misunderstood what I was asking. I meant some pull days have heavy rack pulls, rdls, or other variations, but some pull workouts are like just rows and pull downs not really any heavy pulling.

    His program DOES have deads and RDL on same day. That is my point. [/quote]
    What workout did I do that? I don’t even remember that one 😅

    #21930
    Joe
    Keymaster

    Yeah that helps a lot, thanks! Also, I notice some of the 6 week planner workouts have like RDL and deadlifts on the pull day, but some of the programs don’t. Is that just to emphasize erectors and thickness on some programs, but other parts of the back on other programs? Would just having rows and pull downs be enough to keep the mass you gain from hip hinges?

    Should be fine. But if erectors are really the goal, you can always keep them in

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