Thread: My Lower Back
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Old 02-14-2013, 05:30 PM   #39
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So, whaddaya all think about this? Does it make sense that poor lower back strength, especially in relation to really strong everything else, is the cause of me crapping out everytime I work my way up to a 410 and up squat?
It's easy to end up having lower back weakness whilst pulling and squatting strongly and it makes perfect sense that it's the culprit. Many people, even those that squat a whole lot, cannot raise the legs and the upper body of the floor and hold whilst in a prone position, they just don't even know how to go about accomplishing it to begin with, oddly.
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