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    Suicide runs for a stronger lowerback

    Can I get a stronger lower back just by doing suicide runs and other sprinting drills?
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    No, actually my view is that jerky movements can often cause problems with muscular function.

    For lower back, I would practice some forward bends or toe touches (curl your spine downwards), perhaps holding a weight at chest height
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    No.
    Possibly some low back endurance but not strength IMO.
    Back raises,good mornings,partial DL/rack pulls can all help low back strength.
    Some kind of resistance wether it's weights or bands.
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    Agreed with the other replies on this thread. I wouldn't recommend solely relying on those running drills for strengthening your lower back. That said, incorporating athletic movements like running drills will help increase your mobility and can be helpful in other areas.
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