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    [QUOTE=Phoenixfires;1483313801]Does anyone know if rows can cause back problems (for the Bent row variety).[/QUOTE
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    [QUOTE=whatwhat11;1488050911]
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    Does anyone know if rows can cause back problems (for the Bent row variety).[/QUOTE
    Not if you are doing them with good form.
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    I think I have read this before but still probably the most insightful, knowledgeable and helpful thread when it comes to lifting. There was one other sticky I read a long time ago called "listen to your body" I think and it was really good too, did you do that one too?
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    [QUOTE=whatwhat11;1488050911]
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    Does anyone know if rows can cause back problems (for the Bent row variety).[/QUOTE
    Make sure you are well warmed up.

    I hurt my back doing them, but it was my fault. I did them at the start of my routine and I was not properly warmed up.

    Apart from that, as long as your form is good, there is no reason to get hurt on any exercise.
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    Very nice post. Thanks for sharing. This post really help full.
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    thanks, Vox. clarified some of my most general misperceptions
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    I am going to execute Jason Blaha's ICF 5x5, which has squats each workout and deadlifts in B workout.

    Since I cannot perform these lifts due to medical condition, I am forced to do RDL instead of conventional DL, and barbell hack squats or Trap Bar deadlifts instead of squats.

    The questions are:
    1. Which exercise is better substitute for Squats: Barbell hack squat or trap bar deadlifts?

    2.How should volume for these exercises be modified? Original template guides 5x5 for squats, and 1x5 for DL. Should I decrease volume for Trap Bar DL and hacks (?since they are more CNS taxing?)

    And should I increase volume for RDL since it is less demanding than DL?

    Appreciate your input.
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    Originally Posted by HeMB View Post
    I am going to execute Jason Blaha's ICF 5x5, which has squats each workout and deadlifts in B workout.

    Since I cannot perform these lifts due to medical condition, I am forced to do RDL instead of conventional DL, and barbell hack squats or Trap Bar deadlifts instead of squats.

    The questions are:
    1. Which exercise is better substitute for Squats: Barbell hack squat or trap bar deadlifts?

    2.How should volume for these exercises be modified? Original template guides 5x5 for squats, and 1x5 for DL. Should I decrease volume for Trap Bar DL and hacks (?since they are more CNS taxing?)

    And should I increase volume for RDL since it is less demanding than DL?

    Appreciate your input.
    Anyone?
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    Thanks for such a detailed Q&A section. I've found the answer to my question and find it really helpful!
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    Thx a lot for the advice!
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    Well, all the answers for my questions have been posted here. Lol.
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    Almost get the clarity of my queries about my workouts, try hard to reach the goal.
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    Hey man, thanks for this awesome post, we've learned a lot!!
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    Want to add a question here, not sure if it's considered as a common question:



    In a workout, 3 exercises, each 3 sets. Two way to complete, which one is better?

    *normal resting time between sets.



    Option 1: Do each exercise one by one until finish;

    Option 2: Do every first set in an exercise, and then do every second set, then every final set;
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    Originally Posted by Milfordvan View Post
    Want to add a question here, not sure if it's considered as a common question:



    In a workout, 3 exercises, each 3 sets. Two way to complete, which one is better?

    *normal resting time between sets.



    Option 1: Do each exercise one by one until finish;

    Option 2: Do every first set in an exercise, and then do every second set, then every final set;
    Unless super-setting, most people do the 3 sets of each exercise before moving onto the next exercise (option 2).
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    I feel like it really comes down to the person. If it is someone who has never lifted before I would recommend higher volume at medium weight. All depends on the individual and their current health/muscular state.
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