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Old 06-27-2007, 11:21 AM   #2
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sounds like you need to find a good chiro or go to the doctor. as you already know your back isnt something you fuck with. now as far as exercise selection if your doing DC, which im assuming you are, you dont have to do full deads to develop a great back. barbell rows, db rows, corner rows, rack deads, and cable rows are all possible options. to minimize risk on your lower back i would go with cable rows, db rows and rack deads.

id cruise for a couple weeks to get your back fixed up w/ some chiro/PT.
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