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This might get closed as off topic, it's a bit subjective as to whether this is a "go see a doctor" type of response. But as a guy who's been deadlifting for a while, I'd offer up this feedback. This is based in my own personal experiences and discussion with my doctor. My doctor hates deadlifts because she has several patients a week coming in with back ...


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Don't worry about it, it's perfectly normal with your low bf percentage - mine used to as well -. To get rid of it, you just have to start exercising the muscles surrounding (i.e. lower back). If you have access to a gym, I'd recommend doing deadlifts as that will really help, if not try doing supermans (or other bodyweight alternatives), not as good but ...


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You are likely hyper-extending your back. The best thing to do is to find a PT to work with you, but if you want to do it yourself, here is what I suggest: Start with the 'dead bug' exercise. When you do this, make sure you keep your lower back absolutely flat against the floor or bench. If you want to do leg lifts, you can only do the with your lower ...


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The best I can do is provide some general advice, since I'm missing detail and I'm not a physical therapist. If you have pain working your abdominals, it is typically unusual to have pain in your lower back. You'll want to make sure of the following things: Correct technique: a common problem is hyper-extending the lower back, which increases stress in ...



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