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  1. #51
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    Quote Originally Posted by larry_arizona View Post
    Gotcha, makes sense now. My assumption was you were cutting weight, my bad.


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    That was the original plan, but have tweaked it to try and just cut fat (who knows how well thatíll go!)


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  2. #52
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    Ive never had a back issues until July of last year where I must have done something to it while doing Romanian dead lifts. Then the next day I proceeded to to squats and normal dead lifts only to aggravate it more. Since then Iíve had issues. Started getting better until about 2 weeks ago I squats and lunges one more morning. Felt good all day but the next day I hurt like crap. Pain is better than it was but still there and it sucks because Iím not good at not being active. Did more dead lifts today so Iíll see how I feel tomorrow lol. I like to use the trap bar for them to prevent back stress as much as possible but if Iím hurting tomorrow I may have to cut them out too.


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    If you are getting the searing pain shooting down your buttocks and leg, I for sure would stop any spine loading or shearing exercise.

    The thing about disc injuries are they donít show up right away, I normally have 1-3 days delay and then massive pain.

    If you are lucky they can heal, if after a month the pain is still there, itís time to get an mri.


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  4. #54
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    No shooting pain down my leg or butt. Itís pretty localized to just the mid left side of my lower back. Itís nothing so excruciating thatís I canít move, just makes doing things I enjoy not enjoyable.


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    Getting old is a biatch!!!
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    Hilarious

    https://youtu.be/ghfGdEilxZg


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    Quote Originally Posted by larry_arizona View Post
    Hilarious

    https://youtu.be/ghfGdEilxZg


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    Ouch. Some of those looked brutal.
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  8. #58
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    Every time I dead lift, my back gets jacked up. I concentrate on perfect form a lot. I think it hurts worse to do them that way than if I just moved the weight.


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    I think a lot of people simply donít have good body proportions to dead lift.

    Torso/ trunk/leg/arm lengths all are huge factors.

    They make bars specific for shorter arms/torso or simply raise the bar using blocks.

    My mechanics for the deadlift sucks. Trunk is longer than torso and I lean too far forward.


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    Quote Originally Posted by padge View Post
    Every time I dead lift, my back gets jacked up. I concentrate on perfect form a lot. I think it hurts worse to do them that way than if I just moved the weight.


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    I would try it off of blocks or just do half racks then


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