Many of you who ? The amount of pulling motions in my routine were right. I need more dedicated training here. Now a couple quick questions, 1. Does your grip width affect which of your muscle groups are activated most during exercises like seated or bent over rows? Ie does narrow grip work the outside and vice versa as random gym dude indicated to me? 2. What are good compound movements that still target the upper and lower back respectively? 3. I already dead lift heavy (5x5) and do bent over rows should I add a lower back/dead lift assist like goodmornings? Or would another exercise fit the bill? Also my lack of shoulder work and prejudice towards incline bench has created a serious shoulder def that lead to a tweak in a training buddy and has caused me to reexamine what I do in this area... 1. Would going half and half incline and flat on these days be effective or is that just a shit idea? 2. Was going to add an overhead press as well 5x5, is this the best exercise for my goal of more balanced shoulder to chest strength? Is it overkill with switching to the incline sets as well? 3. Is there a pet exercise you like for compound movements targeting shoulders? As a two day split guy with my mma and running I need every exercise to hit as many muscles as possible.