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    I’d rather see an A/B with more variation. Drop a...

    I’d rather see an A/B with more variation. Drop a row and vert pull from the pull day and a hor push and vert push from the push day. Add another quad movement to this day too.
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    Hahahaha on spread
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    Not too sure where the confusion is. Number of...

    Not too sure where the confusion is. Number of hard sets is the metric you should be following for gauging total workload. 0-4 RIR are equal regarding what constitutes a hard set, except the fatigue...
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    Stay further from failure and increase volume.

    Stay further from failure and increase volume.
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    Fair enough. Doing that actually takes some of...

    Fair enough. Doing that actually takes some of the compressive load off the spine and turns it into more shear in a hyperextended position, which is what you were probably feeling. Was trying to...
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    Odd for this to be the limiting factor. Surely...

    Odd for this to be the limiting factor. Surely you squat and deadlift beyond 135 for more than 5 reps.
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    Yep, that’s a solid method

    Yep, that’s a solid method
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    If you want RIR across and don’t like changing...

    If you want RIR across and don’t like changing weights, rep goals are a good bet. Though it requires cumulative addition, if that’s within your realm of math capability lol
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    If you’re trying to maintain RPE set-to-set, I...

    If you’re trying to maintain RPE set-to-set, I much prefer a rep goal method as opposed to what you’re suggesting. I prefer to keep base sets static with weight decreases only coming by way of...
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    There’s less load because you’re working one leg...

    There’s less load because you’re working one leg at a time. Whether you bear the weight on your shoulders or in your hands doesn’t change the nature of the load subjected to your spine.
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    Poll: Upper/Lower by far. Not a fan of training legs...

    Upper/Lower by far. Not a fan of training legs and upper body in the same session (beyond novice) if I’m doing any decent amount of volume. Also prefer to subject my tendons/joints to load 2x/week as...
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    There aren’t enough days in the week for what...

    There aren’t enough days in the week for what you’re looking for. If you want to do a body part split, frequency is always going to take a hit. You aren’t going to get many, if any, recommendations...
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    https://forum.bodybuilding.com/showthread.php?t=17...

    https://forum.bodybuilding.com/showthread.php?t=179740713&page=3

    Very clever. I lol’d hard but hoping it’s just a bit of friendly banter, otherwise it’s just straight up mean lol
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    You’re correct. This is the type of warm up/ramp...

    You’re correct. This is the type of warm up/ramp that is recommended in F5. It’s just a recommendation, though. There’s no hard and fast rule on how to warm up/ramp, so I think ego was providing more...
  • Vikings is fine for what you’re trying to...

    Vikings is fine for what you’re trying to achieve. As above, run it consistently while eating accordingly to support growth.
  • I assume by strength you mean maximal strength...

    I assume by strength you mean maximal strength (1RM) as general strength has many measures. What is your training experience? This routine is geared towards hypertrophy, but the lines are blurred if...
  • You don’t rotate, it’s fixed. Bench, Row and...

    You don’t rotate, it’s fixed. Bench, Row and Squat are the main lifts in that program, so it’s fixed to perform each of them 2x/wk.
  • Not the most ideal angle, but it doesn’t look too...

    Not the most ideal angle, but it doesn’t look too bad. You seem to be lacking a bit of stability, perhaps from lack of glute tightness and general bracing. Keep your glutes flexed hard and reset your...
  • This. Don’t waste time seeking the most optimal...

    This. Don’t waste time seeking the most optimal training. There are too many variables and will just result in time and mind loss. I can guarantee everybody on here is currently training with...
  • Do whatever split you enjoy that allows you to...

    Do whatever split you enjoy that allows you to get your weekly volume requirements in while keeping 2x/wk or more frequency. Any further consideration on a split is analysis paralysis.
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