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    Your body will tell you how often you need to...

    Your body will tell you how often you need to train. Many do between 2-6 days a week.

    One thing I will say is rest is very important, you don't have to exercise because you can. If you've done 5...
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    More akin to a squat than deadlift.

    More akin to a squat than deadlift.
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    Simply as long as you need.

    Simply as long as you need.
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    Don't skip them just do them whenever you next go...

    Don't skip them just do them whenever you next go to the gym.

    Training routines don't have to be dictated by a 7 day cycle.
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    To start with I'd go with a barbell & squat...

    To start with I'd go with a barbell & squat stands, then a bench.
  • General rule of thumb is biggest muscle group...

    General rule of thumb is biggest muscle group first then move onto smaller ones.
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    I think 10 sets is plenty. I wouldn't add to that.

    I think 10 sets is plenty. I wouldn't add to that.
  • Nope you'll be fine. Time to eat, rest & recover...

    Nope you'll be fine. Time to eat, rest & recover now.
  • Thread: Mixed routine?

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    Many adopt that type of approach.

    Many adopt that type of approach.
  • It honestly won't make much difference in the...

    It honestly won't make much difference in the grand scheme of things.

    Having said that I'd do flat & incline in the same workout but there is no reason behind this apart from personal preference.
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    Imo forearm strength is very important in terms...

    Imo forearm strength is very important in terms of real world strength.

    Regardless of whether or not it will help with the lifts you've mentioned I'd train them.
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    The most important thing is you're there for the...

    The most important thing is you're there for the safety of the lifter in question.

    Communication is important, how many reps, forced reps yes or no & how many. (personally i'm not keen on that...
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    Pathetic. Heavy upright rows around the 15...

    Pathetic.

    Heavy upright rows around the 15 minute mark.
  • Thread: Cable Crunches

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    I wouldn't personally. I'd train them less...

    I wouldn't personally. I'd train them less frequently but with an additional exercise or 2.
  • Thread: Cable Crunches

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    Yep, slightly higher bodyfat but bodyfat is by...

    Yep, slightly higher bodyfat but bodyfat is by far the most important thing.
  • Thread: Core Work

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    I train my core like any other muscle. ...

    I train my core like any other muscle.

    Weighted & in my desired rep range with the same frequency as any other muscle.
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    You can train them however you want. Imo...

    You can train them however you want.

    Imo though they're a muscle like any other & should be trained as such. If your routine dictates you hit each muscle twice a week then hit abs twice a week, if...
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    They are different lifts. Starting from the...

    They are different lifts.

    Starting from the floor is a deadlift.

    Using a rack to raise the starting position is a rack pull.
  • This is what I thought as soon as I read the...

    This is what I thought as soon as I read the title.

    Maybe he's changing his opinion.
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    I pull routine can help anyone yes, I certainly...

    I pull routine can help anyone yes, I certainly don't have anything against it.

    If someone is 145lb at 5'10'' it's a fair assumpstion they're new to lifting, with the limited info available I am...
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