so i decedided to take a week off to recover...get my endurance up for cardio season.
first day back was back
i did my sets of pullups
went to the deadlifts
i did my warmup set
i did my second warmup set
attempted to do my weight i did last week, i did it with no sweat (was sweating )
i stuck on 5 lbs each side ( goal is 5-10 lbs per week )
i did this set with no problem, failed at my 9 rep ( i do 10 reps) (i gained strength within that rest period )
well after this, i finished off my back workout (rows, lat pulldowns, one arm rows each 3x10)
i attempted to finish off my back day with biceps (i do back/biceps)
this is where the sharp pain comes.
i load up the barbell with weights necessary for my barbell curls (6x6)
the bar is on the ground, i pick it up as a deadlift. as i do this my back his this SHARP pain within it. its kinda over the place but concentrated within the middle of the back (spine).
04-18-2006, 07:50 PM #1
sharp pain in back after deadlifthttp://forum.bodybuilding.com/showthread.php?p=9087539#post9087539
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04-18-2006, 09:02 PM #4
I liek to have a day at the end of my split where I do just deadlifts superseted with shrugz.
The deadlift takes alot out of the back and the cns as a whole. I personally think its not b4est to have other excercises the day you do deadlift. The only reason I do shrugz with them is my traps genetically can handle quite abit and do not need a heavy load to grow.Check out my path to enlightenment series!
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04-19-2006, 04:53 PM #8Originally Posted by niCe99
Originally Posted by $AJ
check your deadlift form, make sure its perfect. if you dont know what perfect is look ^^^^^ theres a search button and probably 18 deadlift threads on the 1st page of the exercise section. Deads are easy to hurt your back on if you dont focus on form, and probably one of the toughest exercises to really nail form on.
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