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    Lower back issue

    Hi guys. I workout off and on. Unfortunately havent been consitant with it. I strained my back a few years back and couldn't walk for several days and after it tooka while to fully heal. I started working out recently and a similar thing happen but not AS bad as first time. From what I gathered reading about it online usually this happens when you do crunches that your lower back gets hit like that. The questions I have is if any of you had a similar issue woth the lower back? What did you do about it. Is it just a matter of slowly training the lower back muscles so it doesnt happen again and os there more to it? Any and all input is highly aprecciated!
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    so I wouldn't do exercises like back squat, deadlift, sit ups while you have a bad back. So until it feels comfortable I wouldn't do anything uncomfortable. Good thing about the gym is you can work around it. The simplest thing also is to reduce weight on anything u feel is aggravating it.
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    Originally Posted by rawcuz View Post
    so I wouldn't do exercises like back squat, deadlift, sit ups while you have a bad back. So until it feels comfortable I wouldn't do anything uncomfortable. Good thing about the gym is you can work around it. The simplest thing also is to reduce weight on anything u feel is aggravating it.
    Fully agree with you and I'd like to add, that you should remember about warming up. Warm up you back (and other mucles), and as it was mentioned reduce weight.
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