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    Question Deadlifts at the end of the workout??

    My trainer suggested me the following workout for back, once a week
    Bent over rows 3 sets
    Lat pull downs 3 sets
    Single arm dumbbell rows 3 sets
    Straight arm pull downs 3 sets
    Seated rows 3 sets
    Deadlifts 3 sets 8-10 reps

    I am confused about doing deadlifts at the end of the workout.
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    Personally I’d do deadlifts at the beginning of that training session.

    Depending on the load, the deadlift can be taxing. Better to start the training session with it seeing as you’re more fresh from the start.
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    Thats a terrible back workout unless you are a few months away from an IFBB or NFB compeititon.

    Can you do 20 dead hang pullups? That might actually work better for you than 6 different back exercises on one day

    Most lifters, me included, would do better with fewer but more intense sets and less garbage volume.

    If you are doing your single arm rows with a 150 pound dumbbell I would say its agreat routine.
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    Originally Posted by Omkar111 View Post
    My trainer suggested me the following workout for back, once a week
    Bent over rows 3 sets
    Lat pull downs 3 sets
    Single arm dumbbell rows 3 sets
    Straight arm pull downs 3 sets
    Seated rows 3 sets
    Deadlifts 3 sets 8-10 reps

    I am confused about doing deadlifts at the end of the workout.
    Yeah, I would do conventional deads first (work up to your max), then heavy-moderate rep range DB rows, pendlay rows, seated rows, weighted pull ups (if possible), lat pull downs, cable pull downs (or heavy non-bouncing medicine ball slams), hex bar trap shrugs, BB upright rows and bw pull ups at the end....if you wanted to do back once a week. You're objective will be to lift progressively heavier in all these exercises, develop a nice V taper and have an unbelievably shredded back!!

    Moderate-heavy rep ranges with all-out effort is NEVER junk volume It's mental fortitude!
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    There's very few instances where someone would do deadlifts last. As in, advanced lifters trying to illicit a different stimulus.

    Even then I wouldn't do deadlifts last, too dangerous with a fatigued upper back (for any worthwhile weight anyway). I would instead do a rackpull and focus on lat / upperback involvement.

    Do them first, or (what I would do) just do them on a different day. That way you have a upper back day with direct work, and a back day with deadlifts.
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    Originally Posted by MCrow View Post
    Compound lifts first.
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    the only way i'll be doing DLs at the end of the workout is to go really light (135lb) and rep the hell out of it as a burn out/cardio.

    If you're working on strength, do them at the beginning.

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    I guess I go against the grain here, because I always do deadlifts last of my compound lifts, precisely because that's when I'm at my most fatigued. Deadlifts are indeed taxing, and when I'm done with those I don't have much left for anything beyond a couple of accessories. If I did them first, either I'd have to back off my other lifts or spend too much time resting before I start the others. That said, on deadlift days at least a couple of my other compounds are on the light side.
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    It's not uncommon for deadlifts to be the last compound movement done. Reasons given are that due to their exhausting nature, it sucks to do other major lifts after the deads. You're also more likely to be legit warmed up for them and many don't warm up as well as they should, generally speaking. But, still compounds first. And even then I would personally probably not do single arm DB rows or lat pulldowns etc before deads, do them after, they are compounds but they aren't, like, 'major' movements exactly they are fine to do fatigued
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    Originally Posted by Omkar111 View Post
    My trainer suggested me the following workout for back, once a week
    Bent over rows 3 sets
    Lat pull downs 3 sets
    Single arm dumbbell rows 3 sets
    Straight arm pull downs 3 sets
    Seated rows 3 sets
    Deadlifts 3 sets 8-10 reps

    I am confused about doing deadlifts at the end of the workout.
    I certainly wouldn't do 3 sets 8-10 reps, although in the past I've experimented with high reps and rest pause, etc. for deadlifts. In my lower split, the deadlift comes after front squats, walking lunges, kettlebell swings, ab wheel rollouts and RDLs.
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