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    Senior Member bass slayer's Avatar
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    Oct 2008

    Fixing back?

    Im afraid that Im experiancing a small back problem. Today when I changed a tire on the car, it was aching like crazy. I had to rest a couple times. Im not sure if its from deadlifting yesterday or what but it is annoying. It doesnt hurt when I stand up or anything, but if I bend over alot, or after some deadlifts it sucks. Would hyper extensions, deadlifts, and some stretching make the lowerback area stronger therefore lower my back pain in the future?
    age: 21

    height: 6'3

    weight: 175

    short term goal: 200

    Long term goal: Lean 225

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    Thus I Refute Thee !!!! Bodyguard's Avatar
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    It might just be from the deads, I get the same pain after deadlift day, and it only hurts the days after not the actual day you lift.
    Age: 18
    Height: 6'1
    Weight: 238

    All lifts are raw:

    Bench: 325(max)
    Squat: 510(max)
    Dead lift: 500(max)

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    The Flyfisher rbtrout's Avatar
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    So. Cal.
    I'd do some stretching and see how it goes. After a hard dl day, if some one has me look at their computer (I'm an IT pro), I have to lean on their desk and support myself cause my low back is sore.
    Give chalk a chance.

    49 years old

    665 squat
    700 deadlift
    325 bench

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