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I hurt my back in a football injury in 8th grade. Speared right in the middle of lower back. Was out a few days and have now had the exact same problem that you have for the past 20 years. My family has pictures of me stretching out and dying in lines at DisneyWorld because I wasn't able to workout on vacation. Why do you feel better? Blood flow and ...


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How have you done the chin-ups? Take care that you keep tension all the way during the repetition especially at the bottom of the exercise. Also if you go to wide you can injure your rotator cuff. Here is some good advice on chin/pull-ups: http://jasonferruggia.com/the-shocking-truth-about-chin-ups/ it simply says that the best way to do those exercises ...


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It sounds like you are doing everything that can be done to help your condition. The best I can do is to give you ideas for inspiration. 1) Get the right chair. Since you are sitting down all the time, there might be some special chairs that can help sit in a better position. 2) Change setting position every so often. Maybe once every 30 to 60 minutes 3) ...


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When I boxed I had a semi-famous trainer in his upper 70s. Former marine and still built like a tank. First he would knock the crap out of me with a mitt slap every time I left my hands down when hitting the heavy bag. Just typing this makes my ears ring. Also my second fight was at a church gym - opening round golden gloves. About an hour before the ...


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I don't retract my shoulderblades fully, but engage pretty forcefully the muscles that retract the scapulae in most major exercises: front squat, back squat, deadlift, overhead press, pull-ups, and so on. If you're rounding your upper back forward during any of those then something is weak and wrong.



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