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    Only thing I would add is forcing knees out a little more in the hole which will allot u to sit back more like pob said.

    You keep hurting your back because it's not healing 100 percent.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Thatgoodfellow View Post
    Really you think that's buttwink? I have been incorporating a lot more mobility excercises into my routines so hopefully soon it will be fixed.
    yes it was pretty obvious. As I mentioned add in more hamstring mobility stretching. It will help with your hamstring flexibility. Sometimes it could just be one hamstring causing this. You'll see once your hamstrings have more elasticity you buttwink will be non existent
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    Well you heard it's good and it's not good. I personally don't see a problem but I'm not you. How did your form feel before you hurt yourself?

    I would pay heed to what X said, you need to heal your body or this will haunt you. If it were me, and it was serious enough, I'd cut out squats for 2 weeks and start back slow with 135 for reps. I'd also avoid low reps for a long time. Hope you find your answer.
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    I think the biggest problem with this video is the "music" your gym plays

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    Quote Originally Posted by snake View Post
    Well you heard it's good and it's not good. I personally don't see a problem but I'm not you. How did your form feel before you hurt yourself?

    I would pay heed to what X said, you need to heal your body or this will haunt you. If it were me, and it was serious enough, I'd cut out squats for 2 weeks and start back slow with 135 for reps. I'd also avoid low reps for a long time. Hope you find your answer.
    I was on this 8 week power trainer I found online and everything was going pretty good up untill I tweaked it. It's gonna be tough but I know my body needs a break. I'll just go do some heavy sled pushes for workouts untill it starts feeling better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gadawg View Post
    I think the biggest problem with this video is the "music" your gym plays
    Agreed. Headphones are a man's best friend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thatgoodfellow View Post
    I was on this 8 week power trainer I found online and everything was going pretty good up untill I tweaked it. It's gonna be tough but I know my body needs a break. I'll just go do some heavy sled pushes for workouts untill it starts feeling better.
    Maybe I should have included other leg work when I said squats. Take the 2 weeks from all leg work. Some stretching may be beneficial and 3 days of naproxen. I would forgo anything that evolved my back and legs, including cardio.
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    Lots of great feedback. You should also consider front squats if your taking a break from back squats.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uncle manny View Post
    Lots of great feedback. You should also consider front squats if your taking a break from back squats.
    U.M. has a good suggestion here once you get back into it. A slant board can also help.
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    Quote Originally Posted by snake View Post
    U.M. has a good suggestion here once you get back into it. A slant board can also help.
    Ya he does im definitely gonna take a break. I have some other nagging areas that could use some time off too before they are addressed. Thanks for all the responses


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