Over the past couple weeks I've been meandering with my workouts. I really like my 4-day, upper-lower split, but I've been doing a bunch of random stuff each upper and lower day.
I was doing hang cleans the other day and for got how much I like them. But on what day do I incorporate them: upper or lower?
Basically my routine now is 1 upper-push dominant, 2) lower-pull dominant, 3) upper-pull dominant, 4) lower-push dominant
I can figure out where to put them--it's an all around exercise, upper/lower, push/pul.
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I would say one of your upper days, maybe upper pull. The majority of the leg work with cleans comes from the lower 'deadlift' portion, and a hang clean barely uses any of that. What I feel most the next day after a good bout of hang cleans is some ripped up traps and middle/upper back. I could understand if you put them on lower pull day but if anything they work your glutes/hams/lowback a little bit in the initial hip explosion portion...
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