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Your Lower back Pain seems to emerge from you studying too much, which means that you don't have a correct posture or proper seat with support. Although you can alleviate the pain, i recommend checking in your posture to prevent future problems such as chronic back pains. Exercise increases blood flow and boosts muscle activity , hence alleviating pain. You ...


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Sounds like an imbalance of core to back strength, aka gods weight belt. Basically when doing any kind of multi joint or compound exercise, you need to think about engaging the core because it is the anterior wall to the lower back. What happens during a squat, when someone does not engage the core is that the back and quads over-compensates for the ...


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Drop the weight on your squats and learn how to breath properly. Before each rep take a sharp breath of air pushing your stomach out, not in and hold it, contract and tighten your abdominals. Hold this throughout the whole rep. Only breath out once the rep is finished. This should help brace your spine and stop your torso from collapsing under heavy loads. I ...


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It looks like all your attention is on your upper body and lower body exercises, try developing the core muscles as well, developing your core will increase balance/stability and will reduce the chances of injury. Try Planks(All variations), crunches and back extensions. Running/jogging also builds up your core. If the chronic pain is too much or is ...


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You would probably benefit from having a physical therapist's or chiropractic evaluation. If you prefer to try to figure it out on your own search the site for piriformis for more information. Since you've identified the bumps as the PSISs, and you reproduce your pain by rotating your foot (actually the hip into internal or medial rotation), look at the ...



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