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  • #2
    Good stuff. Will try the foam roller on the glutes. For me, back hyper extensions and reverse hypers with body weight for reps works well. Pwo, Kwan loong oil after a hot shower also helps. Especially getting the hot water to hit the lower back for 5-10 minutes straight.
    Last edited by LG1; 06-26-2011, 12:01 AM.
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    • #3
      Very helpful. Thank you.
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      • #4
        Shawn,

        Is there things that you would recommend for someone who has partially recovered from a couple herniated discs but the pain will re-occur every few months, normally flaring up during squats or deads?

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        • #5
          From what I know about that its all based on what you can handle for pain. What did your doctor recommend?
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          • #6
            He said essentially the same sir.

            He said to go by feel, strengthen up the core and listen to the body when it says to stop. I have been working hard on anti rotational ab strength and hitting slot of standing ab work to help with proper positioning with squatting just wondered if you had any experience with people dealing with this.

            Thanks again for All the info you put out.

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            • #7
              As always, good information - Thanks

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              • #8
                Defranco has a video on his site with the Agile 8 and Simple 6 routines. I've been incorporating them for a while now. Seem to really do the trick

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by zalex999 View Post
                  He said essentially the same sir.

                  He said to go by feel, strengthen up the core and listen to the body when it says to stop. I have been working hard on anti rotational ab strength and hitting slot of standing ab work to help with proper positioning with squatting just wondered if you had any experience with people dealing with this.

                  Thanks again for All the info you put out.
                  I am not even close to future, but from a physical therapy prospective work on anti-flexion ab strength (you need to be draw your abdomen in like you are about to get punched before you lift anything from a heavy weight to a cardboard box full of junk). Also, perform some type of extension (regular back extensions are fine) with a 5-10 second hold at the top. The hold is what specifically targeting the smaller segmental muscles of the spine (multifidi), which are generally atrophied in patients with conditions like yours.
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                  • #10
                    doesn't work without the dog.

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                    • #11
                      Couldn't have come at a better time. Thanks!
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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Ajweins View Post
                        I am not even close to future, but from a physical therapy prospective work on anti-flexion ab strength (you need to be draw your abdomen in like you are about to get punched before you lift anything from a heavy weight to a cardboard box full of junk). Also, perform some type of extension (regular back extensions are fine) with a 5-10 second hold at the top. The hold is what specifically targeting the smaller segmental muscles of the spine (multifidi), which are generally atrophied in patients with conditions like yours.
                        Thanks very much for this insight.

                        I have never tried anything like the isometric hold at the top of extensions and will absolutely be giving those a try this afternoon to see how they feel.

                        Appreciate it.

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