Hey guys exercise question, most of every workout program that trains 2 body parts (say chest and back) will have you always do chest 1st then back. I came across one that has you do a chest exercise and then a back exercise alternating or switching back

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Hey guys exercise question, most of every workout program that trains 2 body parts (say chest and back) will have you always do chest 1st then back. I came across one that has you do a chest exercise and then a back exercise alternating or switching back and forth. Has anyone done this? Have any luck?

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Alternating gives me a great workout, alot of back and forth but well worth it

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Always alternate so both get a go at being 1st exercise when you are still fresh , sticking rigidly to set programs will cause plateau eventually so always switch things up

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This is actually an old style of Arnold Schwarzenegger as he used to do alternating so uh push that’ll pull which he believe gave him a great pump I tried it for 3 months last year and I can tell you this I’m back to doing it because I feel that the workout is awesome plus you’re giving the opposing muscle the necessary rest. And then you hit it again

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usually super set back/ chest/shoulders . I have old shoulder and rotator cuff injs (completely dislocated both shoulders and tore left rotator cuff)and by doing back with the shoulders and chest it helps me keep from over compensating where the muscles tend to full forward with keeping my back stronger and keeping my shoulders back and in place. Also gives more of a workout bc you’re continuously going while still letting each body part rest between sets. I tend to do the same type of workout with legs supersetting hamstring/quads or calves/gluteus etc.

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I think it depends on individual body type….. I havent tried it yet

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