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  • Posted On: 01-08-19, 12:37 pm (EST) #1

    back to work

    January 8, 2019, 12:37 pm

    Hey everyone,  

    so two weeks ago, out of nowhere , I worked out in the gym , and as I started my pre workout run out the treadmill , I started to my hard pain in my lower back , so hard the I just couldn't continue working out.  so after two weeks with no workout at all, it has calmed down .

    I still feel it from time to time and I'm pretty sure its form all the box lifting where I work. but I dont know for sure .

    so i have 2 questions :

    1. I dont know if the pain happend from work or something also like APT (I dont know if I have it or not, couldn't figure that out), so if any one had it or have ways to make it better , please help!🙏

    2. I want to start with the total body workout , the question  is do I lite my deadlifts and squats weight a little or do regular weight?

     

  • Posted On: 01-08-19, 8:36 pm (EST) #2

    back to work

    January 8, 2019, 8:36 pm
    Posted by: Nick_ws

    Hey everyone,  

    so two weeks ago, out of nowhere , I worked out in the gym , and as I started my pre workout run out the treadmill , I started to my hard pain in my lower back , so hard the I just couldn't continue working out.  so after two weeks with no workout at all, it has calmed down .

    I still feel it from time to time and I'm pretty sure its form all the box lifting where I work. but I dont know for sure .

    so i have 2 questions :

    1. I dont know if the pain happend from work or something also like APT (I dont know if I have it or not, couldn't figure that out), so if any one had it or have ways to make it better , please help!🙏

    2. I want to start with the total body workout , the question  is do I lite my deadlifts and squats weight a little or do regular weight?

     

    @nick_ws

     

    1. If you think you have APT and want to work on resolving it, watch the video at the end of this post and start doing the stretches daily.

     

    2. If the back pain is pretty much gone now, then yes you can still do the squats and deadlifts in the Full Body program, but yes keep them light and work your way up slowly with proper form to avoid re-aggravating that injury. If you think the injury came from lifting boxes you might have been lifting with your back too much, so make sure that doesn't happen with the deadlift - keep that back neutral and push the Earth away with your legs!

     

  • Posted On: 01-09-19, 10:15 pm (EST) #3

    back to work

    January 9, 2019, 10:15 pm

    thank scott , hope the stretches and the exrcises will help! can't wait to go back to the gym

  • Posted On: 01-09-19, 10:27 pm (EST) #4

    back to work

    January 9, 2019, 10:27 pm
    Posted by: Nick_ws

    thank scott , hope the stretches and the exrcises will help! can't wait to go back to the gym

    @nick_ws I hope they will Nick! Not being able to train or to even train properly is such a frustrating feeling!

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