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    Pullups/Chinups

    If I do Chest/tris one day, Back and Biceps the next, Legs the next, and shoulders the next which day would best support doing pull ups and chin ups. I know they use many different muscles so i would like to do it on the day that would support the muscles most used by doing pull ups and chin ups.

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    Have you considered breaking your shoulder day up and doing front delts on chest day and rear/med delts on back day? An entire day for shoulders is a bit much. Perhaps I've assumed too much here.
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    I do shoulders and abs on my shoulders day. Sorry I forgot to put that. Also I usually do cardio on that day too because its usually a short day in the weightroom

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