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    Cool Training question 😁

    Hi there I have a training question
    Hi there just a question for anybody who has an opinion on this it would be much appreciated.

    If for example you do a push and pull day and on your pull day you are doing back and biceps.

    Would it make more sense to completely finish off a whole muscle group or would it be okay to let say do a back exercise do full sets then rest then switch to a bicep exercise again full sets again rest and then back to another back exercise etc...etc... That way you get some recovery in between muscle group with this be acceptable??
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    It's up to you - you can adjust order of exercises for prioritization or recovery purposes. Unless you have a good reason to do otherwise, I'd do the bigger lifts first, and then whatever you consider to be your smaller lifts (I wouldn't want to do rows, then bicep curls, then try to do weighted pullups after). Your back exercises are already working out your biceps, so you don't want to pre-exhaust your bis IMO.

    For ex on a pull day, my preference would be to do these types of exercises in the following order if they're in your routine:
    - DL
    - Rows / Pullups / Pulldowns (doesn't really matter which is first)
    - Curls / Rear Delts (doesn't really matter which is first)

    Just my opinion, do them based on your preference. You can also alternate order or exercises on diff pull days.
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    Originally Posted by air2fakie View Post
    It's up to you - you can adjust order of exercises for prioritization or recovery purposes. Unless you have a good reason to do otherwise, I'd do the bigger lifts first, and then whatever you consider to be your smaller lifts (I wouldn't want to do rows, then bicep curls, then try to do weighted pullups after). Your back exercises are already working out your biceps, so you don't want to pre-exhaust your bis IMO.

    For ex on a pull day, my preference would be to do these types of exercises in the following order if they're in your routine:
    - DL
    - Rows / Pullups / Pulldowns (doesn't really matter which is first)
    - Curls / Rear Delts (doesn't really matter which is first)

    Just my opinion, do them based on your preference. You can also alternate order or exercises on diff pull days.
    Ah ok great info! Will do and thx for the valuable information 🙂🙂
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    Sure it's acceptable. Not rules how you prioritize you workouts. This way you mentioned was very popular during the old school era of bodybuilding.
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