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  1. I originally did them on leg day- but I switched it to back day after speaking with a friend/ trainer (who actually knows his stuff not just someone with certifications)


    I have added 60 lbs to my dead lift (repping it out 8 times) in about 4 months


    Not saying its cause i switched it to back day- i just find my body likes it more
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  2. Keep em separate and grow strong. SLDL are aight on leg day IMO though.
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  3. Too much cns overload if you do them both in the same day. Depending on the type of deadlift it can become mostly a leg or mostly a back exercise. You could always do a split, quad and squats with deadlift and hams being on a diff day.
    Bench - 355
    Squat - 405
    Deadlift - 600

  4. Depends on the setup of your split, as well as your current focus/goal.

    So, what does your current split look like?
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  5. I would do it on back day. It already works a lot of back and you can concentrate on lifting as much as possible. Your strength will be limited on leg day.
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  6. I disagree, i don't think leg strength will be the limiting factor on deadlifts.
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