A lot of people tend to hit two muscle groups each workout day (chest/legs, back/shoulder, etc.), but one downside of doing this is that you never get as much return from the second exercise as you do from the first. This is because you’ve already exerted a great portion of your energy working on your legs and have little energy left for working out your chest muscles. This also means that you may not be able to work as hard as you would if you were working your chest fresh, right off the bat. Although there is nothing majorly wrong with working two muscle groups in one day, I personally find that my returns are much better if I work exclusively on one muscle group each day. If you insist on working two muscle groups each day of your workout, try switching the orders every week. For example, on Monday of week 1, you’d start off with legs and then work chest.
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I have a history of a broken leg. My left thigh, knee and ankle have been severely damaged once which made my legs my weakest body part. Because of this I make sure that I never skip leg day. The feeling of lifting more than your body weight (Atleast! Twice or thrice of it is even better!) on your shoulders and squatting is one of the best feelings in the world! Pushing yourself up with that weight on your shoulders gives you a sense of accomplishment. Take a smaller weight on your shoulders and start doing walking lunges. The burn in your legs will definitely give you orgasms. Training with deadlifts is serious business. I am a seasoned weightlifter, and I recommend training with Powerlifting exercises before training with body part routines. There is no such a thing as leg day or chest day in Powerlifting. Every session of training we train with multi-joint exercises and the idea is full body training every time we train. There is a direct benefit here, and that is getting stronger all over while building connective tissues and lean muscle symmetrically leading to a reduction of injuries from isolation exercises.