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    Quote Originally Posted by sanjuro_ronin View Post
    By the sounds of it, this may be a case if you sucking.


    Yep, seems like a simple case of not enough warm up and perhaps to much of a jump in weight.



    And you suck.
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    You both suck, arguement solved. I am the best at everything ever

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    I've done that a few times.

    Once during an error in squatting with a warm up weight.

    Once trying to snatch two 36 pound kettlebells for the first time.

    Once when i was carrying a heavy box that started to get away from me and pulled me off balance and I still tried to recover while I was at a mechanically disadvantageous position.

    And once when I was sitting in my chair at my desk and I turned to grab something that was behind me. Man, that was the worst cuz it was like I didn't even do anything, I just twisted! That one was the stiffest. I remember waking up in the morning laying on my back and being unable to move for a while, I had to go SO SLOWLY to even get out of bed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Frost View Post
    martin rooneys warm up stuff is the best i have seen, but if you want a free one youtube defrancos agile 8, quick easy and works
    Links to these?
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    I'm assuming he means the Parisi Warm Up Method. You can grab it from their website. Mine is on order.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JamesC View Post
    Was doing deadlift with light weight today. I just dropped the weight after a stall by 30lbs. The weight is nothing I haven't lifted easily before.

    Rep number 3 of my last workset I felt the right lower back "pull", for lack of a better term.

    Pain isn't severe, just annoying. Sucks bending over, but seems to be better if I keep it stretched.
    Muscle relaxers bro. I have a back (disk injury) that I deal with (I get a script of muscle relaxers to take as needed). When I get this sort of thing, I take a muscle relaxers for a few days in a row. Also, unless you think that there is something seriously wrong structurally, I would still do something that is kind of light. Finally, consider a weight belt for the heavier weights or those days when your back doesn't feel up to what you need to do.
    Last edited by HumbleWCGuy; 08-17-2012 at 03:37 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SteveLau View Post
    I suppose most people whose main occupation is a desk job will have lower back pain after age 25. The major causes of such injury are over-use and poor posture. Yep, I have that too. And the causes are the same. Now I am over age 50. Over the years, I have tried various treatments to improve or cure the pain. Lately, the situation is not bad, but it is nowhere near a full recovery. I have been stretching my lower back daily for the last twelve months using different exercises. In the last seven days, I tried a new method after some research done.

    Daily - one 30 seconds forward bend stretching; one 60 seconds inversion.


    After 4 days, something like magic has happened. I found that the pain has gone down substantially as if it was not there any more. It is IMHO that inversion is the key treatment that makes a big difference. Probably, I will do it once per week as a health maintenance exercise.



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    I had similar issue when I was playing ice hockey on a professional level. Injuries were all the time. The one thing which actually helped me a lot is hemp oil. Honestly speaking, using hemp oil for pain management and that is exactly what any professional/amateur sportsman needs!

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