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    bigblanco is offline New Member
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    lower back trained with upper back...

    I for one have always trained my lower back (erectors) with my legs and my upperback (lats) on a seperate days...seems most of the pros do it that way, no? anyone beg to differ? got in to a bit of an argument with someone. WOuld love if anyone could in addition to their input point me in the direction of a good link...

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    I train my lower back with the rest of my back...

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    I do lower and upper back plus hams on the same day.

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    Simple....on leg day I like to work my legs, and on back day I like to work my back.

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    the right answer is...It doesn't matter. Either way is right. There is no right answer.

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    Originally posted by SwoleDiesel662
    the right answer is...It doesn't matter. Either way is right. There is no right answer.
    I agree. I sometimes do it with my back and sometimes with my deadlifts.

    Pain

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    Andy is offline Associate Member
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    I usually hit lower back hard on leg days and hard to light on back day. Starting to build some great back size so it must be pimpin

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