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    good morning substitutes?


    Are there any related exercises that can replace good mornings in a 5x5 routine
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    Good afternoons and good evenings.
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    or various deadlift forms, glute ham raises, hyperextensions. i guess some might argue rack pulls too, but idk
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    Quote Originally Posted by T-Bone View Post
    Good afternoons and good evenings.
    Lol!
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    Quote Originally Posted by OnionKnight View Post
    or various deadlift forms, glute ham raises, hyperextensions. i guess some might argue rack pulls too, but idk
    Deads are already on the same day as the g mornings, maybe sldl's
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    Quote Originally Posted by hvactech View Post

    Deads are already on the same day as the g mornings, maybe sldl's
    if you havnt done them before,try glute ham raises. theyre like hyperextensions, but the pads for your legs are up way higher. a lot of people cant do them at all because they are so frikkin hard
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    Quote Originally Posted by OnionKnight View Post

    if you havnt done them before,try glute ham raises. theyre like hyperextensions, but the pads for your legs are up way higher. a lot of people cant do them at all because they are so frikkin hard
    I second the Glute-Ham raises, cable pull troughs are an option too
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    The one I have found best is the RDL. Done right, it hits the hams and glutes quite well and can be used with good heavy loads (especially to say mid shin work no resting keeping the hams loaded thruout.
    3-4 sets of anywhere from 5-15 reps, works good for me.
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    Probably say...stiff leg deadlift. Love this exercise.
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    RDL, BB or DB SLDL (from deficit, blocks, or floor, sumo or conventional stance, staggered stance trap bar), Snatch Grip deadlift
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    Quote Originally Posted by edje007 View Post
    Probably say...stiff leg deadlift. Love this exercise.
    I agree, thats exactly what imma do
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