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    Should I work shoulders the day after chest?

    Is it alright to work shoulders the day after a chest day? My front delts are sometimes sore and I don't know if I should work shoulders the next day.
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    id do chest > back > shoulders
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    Originally Posted by erb385 View Post
    Is it alright to work shoulders the day after a chest day? My front delts are sometimes sore and I don't know if I should work shoulders the next day.
    If that fits in best for your routine then by all means. I don't think you're running too much overlap. Keeping in mind though, if you're doing military press for your shoulder day you're hitting the tri's again pretty soon
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    Originally Posted by Deadlift_10KG View Post
    id do chest > back > shoulders
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    no, u use a lot of shoulders in most chest exercises so ur shoulder lifts will be hindered, try and get at least a day in between
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    no because your front delt is getting worked when doing chest i would just stick to a chest and tris workout plan
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    Originally Posted by austin44 View Post
    no because your front delt is getting worked when doing chest i would just stick to a chest and tris workout plan
    i would do chest and bis instead, u use tris in almost all ur chest lifts so theyre already pretty worn by the time u get to them
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    Originally Posted by chrislongy2 View Post
    i would do chest and bis instead, u use tris in almost all ur chest lifts so theyre already pretty worn by the time u get to them
    ya but i honestly think its better to do chest and tri s if you have trouble withmass building tri s
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