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  1. MRCooper

    MRCooper New Member

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    Yesterday while squatting i found my lower back was getting sore after i up'd my weight. It was not a weight too heavy for me to do so i am going with the conclusion that my form my have been incorrect.. Has anyone else experienced this? I know that the erector spinae is a stabalizer in squats so is it just sore from being worked due to the heavy weight?
     
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    wow glad i noticed the name of that link before it openedand quickly closed it seeing im at work haha.
     
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    jackjohnson simple as something nobody knows OT Supporter

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    i found that deadlifting (strengthening lower back) helped tremendously with compound lifts. squats improved a lot, hell even bench improved from it
     
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    alright thanks
     
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