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    weird pain when breathing in on lower left back side

    i just woke up and felt this. its odd, when i breathe in just a little deeper than normal, there is a semi bad pain on the lower left side of my back. i have foam rolled, stretched, bent over up and down with no pain, only when breathing in a little deep. im wondering if this is related to my workout yesterday...
    1x5x330
    3x5x210 bench
    1x5x420 deadlift

    i wore a powerbelt very tight for all 5 of those sets, and they were all 5 very intense for me. ive been lifting fine with heavy weights for the past 4 yrs not one injury (been up to 430 squat and 495x3 deadlift beltless before), so im not sure where this is coming from. anyone else ever experience this? no clue what it is since i have no pain in movement and no muscle pain. i feel almost like i pulled something using the belt yesterday so hard. thoughts?
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    Originally Posted by TheWickerman View Post
    i just woke up and felt this. its odd, when i breathe in just a little deeper than normal, there is a semi bad pain on the lower left side of my back. i have foam rolled, stretched, bent over up and down with no pain, only when breathing in a little deep. im wondering if this is related to my workout yesterday...
    1x5x330
    3x5x210 bench
    1x5x420 deadlift

    i wore a powerbelt very tight for all 5 of those sets, and they were all 5 very intense for me. ive been lifting fine with heavy weights for the past 4 yrs not one injury (been up to 430 squat and 495x3 deadlift beltless before), so im not sure where this is coming from. anyone else ever experience this? no clue what it is since i have no pain in movement and no muscle pain. i feel almost like i pulled something using the belt yesterday so hard. thoughts?
    take some anti inflammatory and see how it helps....I had a similiar problem a few years ago but it was over my ribs and turns out my lungs were inflamed and when I took deep breaths it would rub against my ribcage. Took some aleve and was gone within few days.
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    ok weird woke up and it is gone. was legitimately there too a couple hrs ago. i think maybe i jst really needa stretch
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