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    Wannabebig Member
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    frequency?

    When training I normally do all the exercises for one muscle in a row e.x. bench press then pec dek. I've read that this is the best way to train but when I do one of the exercises and come back to the other after I can do more weight. Which is the better way to approach this?

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    If combining two bodyparts which are relitivly close to each other I prefer to combine those two bodyparts so both get equal energy.

    For example today I did arms:

    2 sets lying tricep extensions

    2 sets of barbell curl

    2 sets of pushdowns

    2 sets of preacher curl

    This way both triceps and biceps got equal energy. I alternate triceps first one week then biceps first the next.

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    there's a novel idea, champ...

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    what does your current routine look like ron?
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