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Old 03-28-2014, 01:28 AM   #21
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The thing that really helped me with the back pain was the focus on standing up instead of pulling the weight. For some reason it really activated my glutes and quads more so they are the muscles that get sore not my back. Also maybe try sumo sometimes? I alternate between the two.
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I have a similar set-up; i.e. squatting 3x/wk plus DLing 1x. I keep my middle workout (DL day) as a light squat day. At first this routine was a little taxing on my back and I'm a guy who's had/still has disc issues, but I found that after I introduced planks into my routine the pain went away. It could just be coincidence but I think by putting more effort into strengthening my core, I was able to alleviate some of the initial pain.
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I agree Bobbymac, planks have done wonders for keeping tight in those lifts. Deadlift don't and never really have made my back sore, now rack pulls those don't get me sore but im defienetly tight the following day/s
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