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    Great Article.. I have a lower back pain and tried so many things for that. I hope this will help me
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    Anyone got anything for a psoas muscle causing the back pain?
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    Originally Posted by xxx_jfb_xxx View Post
    Anyone got anything for a psoas muscle causing the back pain?
    Tight psoas muscles can cause a compressive force on the lower backa nd contribute to lower back pain. A tight psoas is also seen where there is a twisted pelvis. If both psoas are tight and the pelvis is tilted forwards then stretching the muscles can help.
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    Originally Posted by HALON View Post
    GREAT POST REPS




    I once use to have chronic back pain and strain for years. I got after hyper extending my back.


    I went to physios, doctors.


    No once could help me.


    The whole issue was caused that I had really tight hamstrings and whenever I bent forward to pick something I would round my back. This would always end up straining my back. I had no use of my hamstrings when lifting something of the ground.

    Sometimes it can be a simple problem such basic body mechanics which causes back problems for some people.

    Funny the doctors or physio with all their knowledge could not see this.
    I have the same problem, real tight hamstrings. What did you do to correct this and prevent low back pain? I bent over about a week ago to pick a pencil up and felt a sharp pain in my lower back that runs down my leg. Now I can't even stand up straight.
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    Originally Posted by bartybart View Post
    I have the same problem, real tight hamstrings. What did you do to correct this and prevent low back pain? I bent over about a week ago to pick a pencil up and felt a sharp pain in my lower back that runs down my leg. Now I can't even stand up straight.
    stretch/yoga - you can also get a foam roller and press against the muscles that are tight.
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    This is an awesome thread,so glad I found it.

    I messed up my L4 earlier this year & was really uncomfortable for a while.
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    Get some Active release technique done on your psoas muscles . can really help.

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    Anyone got anything for a psoas muscle causing the back pain?
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    Popped my lower back doing deadlifts today. It wasn't painful, but I'm very stiff and a small but sharp pain hits me from some sudden moves. It reminds me of when I got a stiff neck from sitting in a draft some ten years ago.

    This probably ends my deadlifting since it's the second time this year that my lower back gets messed up. I can't seem to do them even if I keep good form.
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    Definitely very helpful article, really amazing. Thanks for sharing.
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    Hi! I have done L4, L5 slip disc operation 2012. 2013 have started back my gym and actives at normal. Currently plan to do squat and deadlift. Are this 2 exercise good or bad for my lower back? Any other similar exercise can replace like using kettle bell instead of barbell and etc. TIA
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    Hey..4 months back i was diagnosed with disk bulge and annular tear at l4 and l5.i still lift but lot lighter and without squats,abs or dead lifts.the thing is i dont have any pain in my back but my left leg gets stiff and there is lot of pain sonetimes.when i dont lift i remain fine.will i have to quit lifting????
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    I was told by the Head Neurologist at the VA Hospital I would eventually get to where I couldn't walk. My L5, L4, and S1 are so bad surgery is not an option because they ruined and scar tissue is bad.
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    Originally Posted by xxx_jfb_xxx View Post
    stretch/yoga - you can also get a foam roller and press against the muscles that are tight.
    I've found doing some hip mobility helps as well especially after coming back from a back strain - pigeon pose, holding a deep air squat for 30+ seconds
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    What about upper tailbone and lower back pain? What can I do about that?
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    This is great advice, thank you!
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    So im unsure if its a sore feeling or not,

    I've noticed when I started working in the ER / Ambulance shifts 10-12+ hours my lower back hurts when Im on my feet all day/night. I used to be cook and worked on my feet for 15+ days. Had some pain but it went away as my body got used to it.

    Its back again. When I squat / lift I don't have any back issues. I don't feel any activatino in my lower back when squating etc. When I wake up my lower back kinda has a ache feeling/slight annoying pain like it needs stretching. When I slouch sitting it hurts sometimes.

    Im unsure how to describe it but its like above my tail bone on my left side sort of.

    Any idea on what it maybe? am I just sore as I started working out hard again a few weeks ago as well
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    Strategies for low back pain

    Hi,
    Well, it may occur due to daily activities like walking, jogging and many types of household works. So for you should consult a doctor especially orthopedist, he will suggest some types of exercises and also medicines. This will help you or for good health you can also do yoga this will make you fit and stretches your muscles.
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    I found something really puzzling..

    Hey guys, I'm not sure if I found a new method to decrease discomfort in the lumbar spine, but I can't find anything about it online. Anyways, almost every time I squat or deadlift my lower back becomes very tight and painful. I've been constantly working on improving my form, but I guess this can be hard as my sacrum is placed a little bit horizontally which makes the lumbar spine area more prone to injuries. Also my pelvis is tilted to the front (anterior pelvic tilt). I'm working on it but in the meantime I saw a yoga teacher giving advice to some student complaining about lower back pain. The teacher asked her to tightly wrap a strap around her hips (below waist). It puzzled me and I tried that at home while doing dishes (this is always giving me pain, but maybe it's only psychological It turned out that this helps a lot so I also tried that in the gym for squats, deadlifts and overhead press. Big difference! My lumbar spine felt only slightly affected!
    Anyone heard about this method before? My suspicion is that this is a substitute for weak pelvic floor muscles or loose hips..
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    Dunno if it had been said before on this thread but the abdominal plank is a really good posture/abs/back exercise. I got lower back pain as a result of horrible posture from costochondritis and this was the exercise that helped me the most.
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    I haven't been here for ages, but I really am appreciating all this stuff about the lower back. Being in my 20's with lower back pain is quite irritating, because it makes me feel old I have however found that stretching the glutes, hams, hips, have helped me tremendously... which guess what? Are very neglected for the most part. I would strongly recommend people learn to stretch properly and make a habit out of it -- I spend about 2 hours stretching every week all up, and one day focused on just working it out of my system.
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    I have had lower back pain for a month and a half from lifting and it's not a 10/10 more like a 3/10 but when I stretch my hamstrings it goes away for a short period of time
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    Back pain is exactly what I am experiencing now..(( I was glad to find your posts,guys! They were really useful. Now I have some ideas how to deal with it.
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    Great article....it may seem weird but try sleeping with a pillow between both legs at night. Sleep on your side. Also, ice ice ice!!! Take it easy on your back and develop a strong core too. That will help compensate for lower back pain.
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    Originally Posted by Rafff79 View Post
    Hey guys, I'm not sure if I found a new method to decrease discomfort in the lumbar spine, but I can't find anything about it online. Anyways, almost every time I squat or deadlift my lower back becomes very tight and painful. I've been constantly working on improving my form, but I guess this can be hard as my sacrum is placed a little bit horizontally which makes the lumbar spine area more prone to injuries. Also my pelvis is tilted to the front (anterior pelvic tilt). I'm working on it but in the meantime I saw a yoga teacher giving advice to some student complaining about lower back pain. The teacher asked her to tightly wrap a strap around her hips (below waist). It puzzled me and I tried that at home while doing dishes (this is always giving me pain, but maybe it's only psychological It turned out that this helps a lot so I also tried that in the gym for squats, deadlifts and overhead press. Big difference! My lumbar spine felt only slightly affected!
    Anyone heard about this method before? My suspicion is that this is a substitute for weak pelvic floor muscles or loose hips..
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    Lower back pain has been fairly debilitating for me over the past three years, and was preventing regular workouts and lifting.

    NASAIDS were severely screwing up my stomach .

    I was recommended Hemp Oil as a way to speed recovery.

    CBD in bodybuilding is used mostly as a recovery agent.

    IT has pretty powerful anti inflammatory affects that have been documented .

    IT would be used pre or post workout if there were any signs of inflammation. It has been shown in some studies to be several hundred times more potent then NASAIDS such as aspirin.

    You need to make sure you have a supplement that is just CBD , this means it is a legal supplement , and also that your workout will not be affected

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    can anyone give me some advice , why i have lower back pain , on the right side near the upper but when i finish abs workout such as reverse crunches and leg raise ,

    what possibly the cause of the pain

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