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    Stifflegged deadlifts or Deadlifts?

    I want to know if you all do Deadlifts and Stifflegged Deadlifts on the same day. I currently do the two on the same day but I was wondering if it would be better to do Deadlifts on the days I do my back routine. On legs day I do Squats followed by Deadlifts then Stiff legged Deadlifts to finish it off. Is this alright or too much on the same day.

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    id do one or the other, not both...but thats just me

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    im not big on deads but i was looking around at the routines and they have deads on backday and sl deads on legday

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    Depends what you are working that day. For legs...SL Deads. Reg Deads work primarily the back.


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    I am doing great and getting great results but after I do Squats and Regular deadlifts I dont have energy to do stiff legged deads so I think I am going to change my routine to regular deads on back days so I dont feel very burned out.

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    Yeah thats the same change i made a while back and it worked out better for me. Leg day I do squats and sldls and some other stuff, and conventional deads on back day. I definately had more energy this way, deads/squats on the same day is very tough.
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