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While the weight you can lift on the second exercise of the day will be "remarkably diminished", the effect of these lighter lifts will not be. Performing these lifts in a fatigued state is a good way to focus on endurance and technique (as LarissaGodzilla mentioned), and is far better than not performing the second lift at all. Another added benefit I have ...


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When I do a three-day push/pull/legs split, I do squats on leg day and deadlifts on pull day. It's for exactly the reason you're asking about. Squats and deadlifts on the same day would be too much. This way, each of the three days is anchored by a big compound lift at the start: bench press on push day, deadlift on pull day, and squat on leg day. In a ...


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I like everyone's answer, but you don't have to work your abs and calves every day. It takes a lot of time to work on them, and doing it with a day of rest in between will help improve your core without possibly over-training. A lot of articles that you can read will display the human anatomy and give you the ability to realize that your tricep is the bigger ...



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