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Old 09-27-2012, 10:28 PM   #7
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Knowing how the injury occurred would be helpful. For example, if your spine rounded during the lift and you felt a pull, then something that forces your back to stay tighter while moving heavy weight would work (such as t-bar rows).

How about overhead presses, squats, zerchers, odd lifts? If you can still do lugging and loading exercises like farmer's walks, sandbag loading, etc you should be fine.
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