The usage of my lower back leads to injury most of the time.
If I perform an incorrect deadlift with my lower back bent - bye bye lifting for 2 weeks.
I attempted to exercise my lower back and put muscle there and it ALSO creates pain (even with stretching before and after the exercise). I had a trainer take a look at how I do it and he said I performed the exercise correctly.
I have bulky upper body, and a really slim waist. Does mean that lower back injury will be chronic if I use my lower back?
BACK EXTENSIONS is what I do and it makes my lower back hurt for WEEKS and it doesn't seem like the muscle, but the spine is hurting.
I have very strong abs, in fact strongest in the gym, BUT my obliques are missing.
I tried training my obliques and guess what? Training them injures my lower back... this is the exercise that I do for obliques and it kills my lower back http://www.sixpacknow.com/zweightedsidebend.html
Thread: Why is my lower back so WEAK?