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    Bicep curl/left lat injury

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    I went over my usual reps and my back went into a funny position then I noticed a pain in left back and the next day I was in a lot of pain which got better the day after. It’s been a week and I get pains sitting down or laying down for a long time! Is this common? And how do I prevent it
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    I think I have done something similar to myself while doing wide grip pullups. I felt a big twist along one side of my back and trap which was blindingly painful (either felt like a tendon did something funny or the muscle itself spasmed). It hurt for a good several days and then went away

    It hasn't recurred since and I feel it was something to do with keeping my neck overly tense but unsure.

    This could easily be something completely separate to that and to be honest if it doesn't go away I would get a doctor to look at it and hopefully refer you to a physio. Nobody here is qualified to diagnose an injury but mostly if you rest them they tend to get better and can be avoided in future by lifting within your strength ability (not straining) and with good form.
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