I have been doing a lot of re-search about getting stronger and westside training seems to be amonst the most popular training program.
I have a question about westside....
i have a very bad back and cant deadliftt anymore from an injury that occured a few years ago. what do u think i could do instead of deadlift on squat deadlift day??? my back has no pain in the lower part its just very stiff and gets extremly sore after i work it, even when i go jogging it gets sore. So could someone help me out with what i should do instead of deadlift??
Good Mornings are a great ME exercise. Make sure to get some work in on the Rev Hyper if you have access to it or use a regualr hyper if you don't. Try doing pullthroughs. Make sure to stretch your back before and after your workout.
Are you having a problem with speed deads?
You should go to www.elitefts.com and post a question to Tom Deeble. Make sure to detail your back injury, he may be able to give you some help with correcting your back and lifting pain free.
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thanx a lot for the info bro!
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