Hip pain during bench...

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  1. Spaulding Smails

    Spaulding Smails Real Estate Guru

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    Last couple times i've done DB/BB bench, my left hip socket goes has some pain, almost feels like nerve pain...I'll end up trying to move my leg to fix it (mid press) and it basically fucks up my set... Curious if anyone else has experienced this before...

    Also, during certain exercises i get a numb feeling in my forearms...Doesn't affect anything, usually happens during my last burnout set if it does happen....
     
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    i get this weird ass thing when i try to do a lot of weight on bench, at the top of my left leg, near my hip, its like i get a bad cramp mid bench. to fix it i try not to have my legs do so much of a <
     
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    ? I'm confused
     
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    I always pull my hamstring when maxing.
     
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    Exactly....It fucking sucks...THought it may have been due to how my lower back was sitting on the retractable bench for DB (gap where seat meets the rest of the bench) but it also happens on BB bench
     
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    you probably just need to stretch more.
     
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