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    Originally Posted by geokilla View Post
    Any reason we should do romanian deadlifts instead of regular deadlifts?
    RLD's are easier to program, you can recover from them much faster, and there is less risk of an injury. They also pair better with a front squat.
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    Is there any issue if I run the 4 day upper/lower routine 4 days in a row? This is pretty much what my schedule looks like:

    Mon-Rest
    Tues-Rest
    Weds-Cardio/Rest
    Thurs-Upper A
    Fri-Lower A
    Sat-Upper B
    Sun-Lower B

    I started doing this because my schedule only allowed me to work out 4 consecutive days, but I'm in the habit of doing this now.
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    Originally Posted by beq1991 View Post
    Is there any issue if I run the 4 day upper/lower routine 4 days in a row? This is pretty much what my schedule looks like:

    Mon-Rest
    Tues-Rest
    Weds-Cardio/Rest
    Thurs-Upper A
    Fri-Lower A
    Sat-Upper B
    Sun-Lower B

    I started doing this because my schedule only allowed me to work out 4 consecutive days, but I'm in the habit of doing this now.
    Yeah. Once you start moving heavy weights you won't be recovering properly.
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    So another question: I wanted to throw shrugs or the farmers carry into the intermediate upper/lower routine, but my understanding is this can lead to issues...I’m essentially trying to build a thicker neck and I’m not sure what exercises in the routine work the neck. Any advice?
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    Just do the routine as written and stop trying to find ways to keep going off track.

    Once you get in the habit of eating at a deficit and following the program consistently over an extended period of time and start to see improvement (fat loss), then consider tweaks.

    Your neck is the least of your issues.
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    I take it, this is impossible with a 2 day a week regiment?

    My friend and I only really have time to meet up twice a week. I know it won’t be anywhere near as good, but I was wondering if that was a possibility.
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    Hey I'm planning on doing the U/L intermediate routine and subbing in DL/Lunges as prescribed. However, my DL 1RM is 450lb and I can't see myself doing 3x5 of 360+ (80% of 1RM) and maintaining a linear progression. Is 1x5 DL's fine? or should I be fine?
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    I hopped on the Novice version of Fierce 5, and started a journal: forum.bodybuilding.com/showthread.php?t=178036021

    Growing up, sports and exercise were everything to me, but some time around age 14 I got hooked on the Internet and video games, and over the years lost all interest. That was combined with weak tendons/ligaments that constantly flared up for no obvious reason. Posture went to ****. Attempts at getting back into exercise quickly ended, with endless tendon injuries that sent me into weeks or months of inactivity.

    I've spent the last month just walking. Started with 4km and quickly ramped up to 6-8km walks. I've also introduced C25K now, but I'm going to be doing it at 50% of the prescribed rate, so 1 'week' will take me 2 weeks to progress through.

    Would love to see some of your in my journal, I could probably use some advice and suggestions when I reach slightly heavier weights (I started with empty bar on every exercise).
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    for The Intermediate Upper/Lower can I add forearm and shrug exercises? And why isn't there decline bench?
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