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    WU-exercises

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    I've become a really big fan of fullbody routines, performed many times throughout the week (like SDH), and my next routine will also be a routine similar to this. I've decided to do OH-squats as a warmup exercise for front-squats (3-4 sets / 5 reps in OH). So my question is, is there any good exercises to do before deadlifts (will be doing snatch-grip)?

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    I've done overhead squats as a warmup to squatting before and it was good stuff.

    Snatch grip deadlift is ok as a deadlift warmup, but it depends on the goal. If you are looking for more back strength/size then yes, but legs don't get hit as much and maybe you would be better off with a RDL or clean (or C&J).

    Don't discount single leg exercises either.


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