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    Pain under ribs after deadlifting????

    Has anyone ever experienced this? I was on my 2nd set of deads with a relatively light weight when I began to feel discomfort under my ribs. Like a fool I of course finished my last 3 sets and it was not pleasant but not excrutiatingly painful. I did 4 sets of over head presses with little discomfort and went on to do 3 sets of squats and quit because it was very unpleasant to do those. I have never experienced this before and was wondering if any of you have. It almost feels like I inflamed or partially tore some cartilage directly below my bottom rib in the front. My ribs do not hurt at all and the weird thing is that I was on a light work set when this occured. Anyone who has experienced this or might know what it is
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    Has to be your core isometrically working, I experienced this today during mine
    You should strengthen it
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    Could have been something with your core, possibly the obliques.

    Also be aware that your lats are working in the deadlift as well and they originate partly in the false ribs (ribs 8-12) so if you would have had any kind of cramping in these areas then it would have felt less than good.
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    Any tingling sensation or tiny lumps? Have you ever felt a "pop" in that area?
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    No lumps that I can feel as it feels like it is behind my ribcage. It feels like a really sore muscle this morning but I am not aware of any muscle tissue behind the ribs. I read something about straining ab muscles during deadlift but this does not feel like it is my abs.
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    Originally Posted by RedMaster View Post
    No lumps that I can feel as it feels like it is behind my ribcage. It feels like a really sore muscle this morning but I am not aware of any muscle tissue behind the ribs.
    That is where the Lats insert at.
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    Originally Posted by RedMaster View Post
    No lumps that I can feel as it feels like it is behind my ribcage. It feels like a really sore muscle this morning but I am not aware of any muscle tissue behind the ribs. I read something about straining ab muscles during deadlift but this does not feel like it is my abs.
    It is either your transverse or rectus abdominis or lats

    In other words,
    your core/back have been worked, GJDM

    EDIT: is it to your sides?
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    Originally Posted by Spaghettii View Post
    It is either your transverse or rectus abdominis or lats

    In other words,
    your core/back have been worked, GJDM

    EDIT: is it to your sides?
    It is to the side a bit. This is not a sore muscle feeling it is a bruised muscle or aggravated tissue feeling. I have had too many sore muscles to count in my life and I promise you this isn't one. I am off today but I am gonna squat tomorrow and it is a heavy day. I hope that I don't damage this any further and that it will heal fully over the weekend for my Monday workout.
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    did you eat before an hour of the deads?
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    Originally Posted by killerj96 View Post
    did you eat before an hour of the deads?
    No and it is still sore today and I did the deads yesterday.
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    I tore cartilage between my ribs while deadlifting and spent a month or two worrying about it until I went to the sports doc about it. Is it painful to press directly on the area? I took about a month off of pulling and it was fine.
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    Lifting more will not help matters, take a break.

    Could be your QL (quadratus lumborum) do a side bridge see if that aggravates it.
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    Originally Posted by freeride88 View Post
    I tore cartilage between my ribs while deadlifting and spent a month or two worrying about it until I went to the sports doc about it. Is it painful to press directly on the area? I took about a month off of pulling and it was fine.
    It is sore to press on the area of my last rib.
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    Were you wearing a belt?
    People have bruised ribs from a tight belt being too high.
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    Originally Posted by lifterg View Post
    Were you wearing a belt?
    People have bruised ribs from a tight belt being too high.
    No belt.
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    Originally Posted by RedMaster View Post
    Has anyone ever experienced this? I was on my 2nd set of deads with a relatively light weight when I began to feel discomfort under my ribs. Like a fool I of course finished my last 3 sets and it was not pleasant but not excrutiatingly painful. I did 4 sets of over head presses with little discomfort and went on to do 3 sets of squats and quit because it was very unpleasant to do those. I have never experienced this before and was wondering if any of you have. It almost feels like I inflamed or partially tore some cartilage directly below my bottom rib in the front. My ribs do not hurt at all and the weird thing is that I was on a light work set when this occured. Anyone who has experienced this or might know what it is
    ? Thanks and reps to anyone who can help.
    The problem is where you place the buckle of your back-belt. You need to rotate the belt so the metal buckle is in the front, and not under your rib cage.
    You've got the buckle around under your rib cage, and when you flex to deadlift, it squeezes against your lowest rib. Let it heal up and then you will be able to deadlift again, just make sure the metal buckle of your belt is in the front, centered below your sternum where it has enough space.
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    Originally Posted by mherzl View Post
    The problem is where you place the buckle of your back-belt. You need to rotate the belt so the metal buckle is in the front, and not under your rib cage.
    You've got the buckle around under your rib cage, and when you flex to deadlift, it squeezes against your lowest rib. Let it heal up and then you will be able to deadlift again, just make sure the metal buckle of your belt is in the front, centered below your sternum where it has enough space.
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