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    Lower Day with Deadlift after Upper Day

    Power Upper

    T-Bar Row 3 5
    Bench Press 3 5
    Rack Chin 4 6
    Overhead Press 3 6
    Z Bar Curl 3 6
    Skull Crusher 3 6

    Here is my Power Upper Day for first day of the week. If i do deadlift instead RDL at my Power Lower Day which is after of this, is it would be a problem for recovery?

    Monday: Power Upper (with Row and Overhead Press)
    Tuesday: Power Lower (with Deadlift)

    For only recovery and muscle repair, are there any problem? Or can i go with this. Thank you.
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    Who knows. It could be. Though it is logical to schedule a rest day before and after deadlifts in an U/L. Don’t see what’s stopping you from doing power upper, light lower, rest, light upper, rest, power lower, rest. Honestly though, not a fan of the whole power/hypertrophy days. Seems counterproductive to lump all your heavy main lifts into a single session. I much prefer scheduling each day around a main lift done at the beginning, with lighter assistance work performed after it.
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    it doesnt matter, people do consecutive full body days standard all the time in elite powerlifting,strongman , all weightlifting

    just don't ignore fatigue and push past your targeted intensities to hit arbitary number goals
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