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Old 05-22-2013, 02:41 PM   #466
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Originally Posted by Teufelhund_OR View Post
No I feel pretty good deadlifting, it is seemingly just random...

I was putting together a BBQ one day, was on my knees on a hard floor stooping etc and the next day was just crippled... it is so random I have no idea anymore...
I occasionally "throw out" my back, probably in a similar manner. My main recommendation is to not overwork the deadlift. I would recommend never training it at 90%+, and if you are doing rep work pull back the overall volume listed in the program by maybe 40%.

If you do rows, move to one arm rows. These are more lower back friendly.

If you continue to experience back issues I would move away from deadlifts for a while and focus on strengthening you abs, obliques and lower back - via very moderate hyperextensions.
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