So I started lifting 3 months ago and yesterday decided to add in some deadlifts to my back workout. Beforehand I watched some proper form vids and tried to keep my back straight and chest up as I performed the lift. I used two 25 plates (95lbs) with a plate under the bar to hold it up to the proper height. I did 4x10 and then 2x6 a little while after. After the deadlifts I have been having a slight lower back pain when ever i bend over to grab something or arch my back. The slight pain has continued the day after too.
Again I tried to keep proper form throughout although being my first time I am not sure if it was 100% correct.
Is it normal to feel lower back pain after dls? (note: it is not sore like after a bicep or chest workout, more of a subtle lower back pain)
Any help is greatly appreciated.
09-19-2011, 09:00 AM #1
Lower back pain after deadlifts? anyone?
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09-19-2011, 09:12 AM #3
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09-19-2011, 09:39 AM #7
Trust me, you'll know if you messed up your back on a lift...you'll be almost unable to walk, and want to sit down due to the pain.http://www.history.com/images/media/slideshow/abraham-lincoln/abraham-lincoln-antietam.jpg
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09-19-2011, 09:44 AM #9
I think it could be soreness...
If it's a sharp lower back pain something might be wrong.
Once when i was new to DLs I did it wrong and had a sharp back pain for like 2-3 weeks. Now it doesn't happen any more. I got my form under control after I watched this video:
If you think something is actually wrong then correct your form bro.
09-19-2011, 09:45 AM #10
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Most likely you strained your erector lumbar muscle, look it up and see if the symptoms match. Its not permanent damage however takes a long time before you stop feeling that annoying pressure/mild pain... lots of stretching both back and forth.Yesterday is History, Tomorrow is a Mystery but today is a Gift. That is why we call it Present.
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