I will have to play around with different scenarios. When I try to do reads on Monday after squats, my legs shake terribly. Then my upper back can be really sore on Wednesday which messes up my Wednesday workout. I tried bent rows one program right after deadlifts and I hurt my lower back because my thighs were so spent by the time I did bent rows. I find for squats, deads or heavy rows, my legs and back need to be fresh so it is tough to do any of them the same day. One thing that may work is right now I am doing squats on Monday so I can do stiff legged deadlifts Wednesday which is back day. I say that because my hams are never that sore after Monday squats, it is always my quads that get blasted, so my hams seem ready. I will just avoid barbell bent rows during this program.
Thanks everyone for listening.
No problem, mate. Let us know how this set-up works for you. I also find altering which lift I do first has a huge impact on my gains - for whatever reason, my first one's always cold and hitting PRs with it is difficult. By the second one, though, I'm pretty on point. So, for one week, I'll do rows first, the next I'll do OHP, etc. Definitely helps me out.