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Low Back Pain and Working Out IMPORTANT
What’s up guys? jeff cavaliere, athleanx . So maybe you’ve got a back injury or you’ve had a back injury in the past and you think that your days of lifting are over. Or at least your days of lifting heavy weights are over. But I’m going to tell you today that that is not the case. Especially if you start training your body and your back the right way.
You see, the back is extremely important for us for a lot of reasons. If you’re looking at the upper back here, alright we have one of the most important structures in your entire body to protect and that is the Spinal Cord. And it will do anything in it’s power to be able to do that. So we often times will get lots of muscle spasms in here, through the upper back, because you’re trying to do one thing, you’re trying to create stability.
And if you don’t have the stability through the strength of your mid scapular muscles right in the upper back, guess how you’re going to get it? You’re going to get it through spasm. And the spasm is going to create an artificial stability. But that’s not good, because spasms hurt. When we get down to the low back we also have, obviously some really critical functions here.
To protect our whole center of gravity, and what happens is, the low back usually takes on the brunt of insufficient mobility other places. Usually in the joints right below that. Most importantly in the hips. If your hips are not mobile enough or strong enough, basically it shifts the brunt of it’s work and responsibility, one link up the kinetic chain, right here to the lumbar spine.
Not good if you don’t have a back able to withstand that. so now you injure yourself. What’s the biggest thing to helping you get back on track? I’m going to tell you this right now, you have to make sure you remember this, it’s that you have to go for Stamina before Strength. In the lower back If you want to recuperate from an injury and get back to lifting more than you ever did before,.
You have to focus on stamina before strength. Maintaining, obtaining and maintaining the stable lumbar spine posture is critical to every single thing you’re going to do. Whether you step over a Deadlift, whether you do a Bentover Row, whether you’re even doing a laying down Bench Press, the stability through your Core is going to start with a stable Lumbar Spine and getting.
Into the natural curvature of your spine and being able to hold it. So the best thing you can do, before you even worry about strength, is start doing exercises like I’m showing you here. This is not really a hyperextension. People will call this a hyperextension but we’re not going to take it all the way up into extension. What we’re going to do is we’re going to get to a neutral position with a little bit of.
Extension, the natural curvature of your lumbar spine. And you want to make sure that you can hold this. And when I say hold this, I’m talking about hold it, treat it like a Plank. Start going for durations of a minute, a minute and a half, two minutes. When you can handle that, guess what you do next? You weight it. And you don’t always have to weight it, like I’m doing here, equally with.