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    Lower back pain from deadlift

    Hi guys,

    So last wednesday, I did deadlifts, usually my max was 25kg, but I went up to 30kg per side this time.

    Here's the thing,

    Previously when I first started deadlifting, whenever I'm moving downwards, somewhere along my upper right back, I feel this pain, where it feels like a vein is going to pop, but I continued my workout, and nothing happen. Since then I rarely felt that pain anymore.

    But last week, even while doing 15kg deadlifts, I'm already feeling this vein popping feeling, and I got worried. It got worst when after I finished my 30kg deadlift, my lower back starting aching IMMEDIATELY.
    Usually my muscles ache the next day after my workout, and this is the first time I felt it immediately.

    My friends all said it's okay, nothing will happen. But it's been a week already, and although the pain has reduced and I've been doing some lower back relieving exercises at home,
    I'm still very, very worried. I'm afraid that I have to give up on lifting because I really love doing it.

    Can someone give me advice or tell me what's happening if you know?
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    You should feel some discomfort when doing dead lifts in your lower back, because that is the targeted muscle. But if you are feeling pain in other areas I would say you need to do some research on proper form. And the biggest thing is making sure that you stretch out afterwards. Dont let the muscle tighten up and become stiff. There is the Deadlifting 101 thread towards the top of the exercise section on here.
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    It would be your form. I usually feel my lower back get hit hard my first set. The the other sets it's not too bad.

    Research proper form. You don't want to be lifting completely from your back, lift with your legs.
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    Originally Posted by AlmostEasy View Post
    It would be your form. I usually feel my lower back get hit hard my first set. The the other sets it's not too bad.

    Research proper form. You don't want to be lifting completely from your back, lift with your legs.
    I'm pretty sure my form's right.. here how I do it:

    Hands and legs shoulder width apart, then i lower then bar until my knees by using my hips, during this time i can feel my glutes stretching. Then once it passes my knee, i stop my hip movement and I unlock my knees.

    I'm not sure if I'm doing it correctly, because my friend said I was using more of my back to pull up the bar. But here's another thing, previously, I did not hyperextend my back when I got up, or even let the plates touch the ground before lifting it up, but I did it last week. I think it's something to do with that.
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    Hi guys, this is how I do my deadlift.

    h t t p :// w w w.youtube.com/watch?v=dVCP2jxABp8

    I thought my form was right, but after looking at it myself, I realize that my knees are bending down too much, and, I don't know, please watch it and give me comments! I just know it looks wierd.

    Edit:

    h t t p:// w w w .youtube.com/watch?v=Rdim2rWrD9k

    This is the second one, I think it's better than the first, but I also still think I'm not doing it right, please look at both and give me advice!
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    Form looks good. Put some weight on that bar for a better critique though.
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    Originally Posted by Beachman View Post

    Form looks good. Put some weight on that bar for a better critique though.
    Oh okay, both vids? I feel my first vid, my form is damn off.
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    Can anyone give me more tips if my form is right? Oh and about my lower back pain.. getting REAL worried right now.
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    might be a herniated disc, especially if it happened "suddenly" as u said
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    Originally Posted by MikeD4386 View Post
    might be a herniated disc, especially if it happened "suddenly" as u said
    Is it, but I don't feel any pain on my buttocks or even my legs.. it's just my lower back. Now my right side is feeling more pain than the left.
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    Originally Posted by MikeD4386 View Post
    might be a herniated disc, especially if it happened "suddenly" as u said
    Herniated disc with the weight he is using? Seriously?
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    Originally Posted by Tacoman123 View Post
    Herniated disc with the weight he is using? Seriously?
    i hope it isnt.. anw i think it has gotten worst, like slight movement only, i can feel it. now i believe it isnt ache anymore, its pain. hope its just muscle sprain.
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    looks like your torso is going too low, when i deadlift it doesn't go parallel to the ground like yours
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    Form video number 1 is actually better then the second vid. The second is a recipe for back issues.

    Deadlift you are supposed to do it with the whole body. Hold grip of the bar, and get your ass down like you're in a turkish toilet, and keep chest forward don't look down.

    Mark Rippetoe has some good video's on form. Youtube it.
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    Originally Posted by Paincake View Post
    Form video number 1 is actually better then the second vid. The second is a recipe for back issues.

    Deadlift you are supposed to do it with the whole body. Hold grip of the bar, and get your ass down like you're in a turkish toilet, and keep chest forward don't look down.

    Mark Rippetoe has some good video's on form. Youtube it.
    Oh okay.. Now I'm worried more about my back.

    It seems that the middle of my whole back, there's like a gap in between, something like a curve in then a curve out. I'm not sure if it has been there all along and I didn't notice it, or it happened after I injured my lower back.
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    yeah ass is too low especially when lifting the bar, this is creating the bend in your back. think ass higher but chest elevated, this should create a stretch in your hamstrings if you are doing it right (I would say this is the source of your problem). also you dont seem to push the hips out at all at the top or fully straighten out, this means you are losing the effectiveness in some muscle groups. as already mentioned rippetoe has some good vids on this, esp his starting strength stuff.
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    Originally Posted by Estrid View Post
    Hi guys,

    So last wednesday, I did deadlifts, usually my max was 25kg, but I went up to 30kg per side this time.

    Here's the thing,

    Previously when I first started deadlifting, whenever I'm moving downwards, somewhere along my upper right back, I feel this pain, where it feels like a vein is going to pop, but I continued my workout, and nothing happen. Since then I rarely felt that pain anymore.

    But last week, even while doing 15kg deadlifts, I'm already feeling this vein popping feeling, and I got worried. It got worst when after I finished my 30kg deadlift, my lower back starting aching IMMEDIATELY.
    Usually my muscles ache the next day after my workout, and this is the first time I felt it immediately.

    My friends all said it's okay, nothing will happen. But it's been a week already, and although the pain has reduced and I've been doing some lower back relieving exercises at home,
    I'm still very, very worried. I'm afraid that I have to give up on lifting because I really love doing it.

    Can someone give me advice or tell me what's happening if you know?
    I had some lower back pain when my deadlift started going up. You need to check your form. You should get a bit of soreness in the muscle, but not 'pain' following deadlifts. You should be able to tell the difference.

    The below vid helped me loads with my form. Have not had any back pain since I got it down.

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    Are you squeezing your midsection? I know when I get sloppy with my form and don't bother keeping my midsection tight, my lower back takes the load and gets worked a lot more.
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    Originally Posted by Estrid View Post
    Hi guys,

    So last wednesday, I did deadlifts, usually my max was 25kg, but I went up to 30kg per side this time.

    Here's the thing,

    Previously when I first started deadlifting, whenever I'm moving downwards, somewhere along my upper right back, I feel this pain, where it feels like a vein is going to pop, but I continued my workout, and nothing happen. Since then I rarely felt that pain anymore.

    But last week, even while doing 15kg deadlifts, I'm already feeling this vein popping feeling, and I got worried. It got worst when after I finished my 30kg deadlift, my lower back starting aching IMMEDIATELY.
    Usually my muscles ache the next day after my workout, and this is the first time I felt it immediately.

    My friends all said it's okay, nothing will happen. But it's been a week already, and although the pain has reduced and I've been doing some lower back relieving exercises at home,
    I'm still very, very worried. I'm afraid that I have to give up on lifting because I really love doing it.

    Can someone give me advice or tell me what's happening if you know?
    make sure you're not rounding your back
    The back should be ARCHED not rounded
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