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    back day after bicep day?

    right now I do biceps/forearms on leg day, and usually my back day is right after that.

    thing is my biceps are still a little sore today so should I lay of back today to let them recover or will doing back the day after biceps help them grow?
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    It might help your biceps grow, but it won't do much for your back. Prioritize. Either do back before biceps, or let your bi's rest a couple of days so you can hit your back hard.
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    Originally Posted by Lencho
    It might help your biceps grow, but it won't do much for your back. Prioritize. Either do back before biceps, or let your bi's rest a couple of days so you can hit your back hard.
    wouldnt my biceps being tired reduce assistance for my lat's? i guess i'll be moving less weight but wont more of it be being lifted by my back?
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    Originally Posted by beefstuinit
    wouldnt my biceps being tired reduce assistance for my lat's? i guess i'll be moving less weight but wont more of it be being lifted by my back?
    That seems like some backwards logic. Your biceps are going to be tired, so you are going to lower the weight. However, your biceps are still going to assist at the lower weight, and your back isn't going to get the work it could get with fresh biceps. The assistance is relative to the weight. I don't think you can hit lats without some bicep involvement (except maybe one-arm dumbbell rows?)
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    I highly disagree. If by back you're referring to lats, then you should work them with biceps always. As a matter of fact all the big bicep builders work lats too (pullups, chinups, rows). Those two work hand-to-hand and working lats after biceps is like working biceps two days in a row which is never good because you need at least 2-3 rest days after working a muscle before you start working that one again. Good luck.
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    Originally Posted by mark prater 123
    I highly disagree. If by back you're referring to lats, then you should work them with biceps always. As a matter of fact all the big bicep builders work lats too (pullups, chinups, rows). Those two work hand-to-hand and working lats after biceps is like working biceps two days in a row which is never good because you need at least 2-3 rest days after working a muscle before you start working that one again. Good luck.
    Which one of us are you disagreeing with?
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