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Keeping in mind though that a leg press is very different than a squat or a deadlift, the former being almost exclusively a quad exercise while the latter are pretty much full body workouts. And if you mix it up enough that you end up squatting or deadlifting every two weeks or so, you'll never make any progress on those lifts, as any adaptation from one workout is lost due to detraining in the time between the next workout.
On the other hand, if you have a 'chest' day, that means the bench press, which involves the triceps. If you then have a 'shoulders' day, you might do overhead press, again involving the triceps. If you then throw in an 'arm' day by doing triceps press-downs, you've worked the triceps yet again.
So by doing this "General Fitness" protocol, you can end up with both too little and too much stress on your various body parts.