Is that ok, or is it a bad idea? should they be separated?
I do upper/lower
why not just do that
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I actually like to keep chest and shoulder workouts away from each other.
You can look at baby got back if you'd like to see how I do it.
I agree with seperating chest and shoulder, but back after chest/shoulder is fine as long as it fits in with your current split and you are progressing.
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