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Deadlifted lower back pain


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Excerpt: I've recently realized that I wasn't doing enough weight on my deadlifts, I was just sort of half-assing them. Today I started doing deadlifts that were on the heavy side for me. 5x5 225lbs. After about my third or fourth set I started to feel this "feeling" in my middle to lower back. More towards the lower back but not where you would consider your "lower" back to be. I say "feeling" because its not a shooting pain or necessarily pain at all but just kind of feels like I am really

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    Deadlifted lower back pain

    I've recently realized that I wasn't doing enough weight on my deadlifts, I was just sort of half-assing them.


    Today I started doing deadlifts that were on the heavy side for me. 5x5 225lbs.


    After about my third or fourth set I started to feel this "feeling" in my middle to lower back. More towards the lower back but not where you would consider your "lower" back to be. I say "feeling" because its not a shooting pain or necessarily pain at all but just kind of feels like I am really using the muscle there.


    My question is, is this normal and will go away once I get used to lifting heavy or is this due to piss poor form. I've been taught proper form and after my third set I even looked up a couple things online to make sure I was still doing it right and from what I can tell I'm doing it at least adequately. Maybe I'm dead wrong though.


    Your thoughts?


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    Re: Deadlifted lower back pain

    So I can't say for sure if your form is good or not, but sore muscles in your lower back after deadlifting is normal. It takes a lot of effort to keep your back rigid while picking the weight up. If you injured muscles though, that's a different story

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    Re: Deadlifted lower back pain

    sounds like you have triggered some disc issues. this isn't a good thing at all.

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