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was doing some squats today, 250lbs, I'm still new to lifting.
Anyway, finish my sets, start to unload the weights and SNAP
A muscle in my lower back, left hand side, snapped the fuck up.
Pretty painful now, in certain positions.. but nothing unbearable.
Probably caused by poor form with my squats, anyone know the direct cause?
Once my back heals 100%, I'll get back into it and deload and get some vidya for form checks.
Any tips/advice to hurry up the healing process?
Critique and give some advise
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Be 17,last year 110 kg of lard,get serious start lifting,training football(not soccer) more frequently,get down to 94,4 kg muscle mass 41kg and 21.6 kg of lard,cant get any lower,dont know why my routine is
Upper Body work out
B:Lower Body workout
C:upper body workout
So my question is how to lose the remaining mass of lard to get fit as i want?
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So yesterday I tried deadlifts.
I always avoided them (along with squats) after screwing up my back doing crossfit tire flips. Recently I've been thinking about how my routines might be lacking thanks to the absence of the holy squats and deadlifts. So I went to the back of my gym and gave it a whirl, tried to adhere to Rippetoe's advice on form, and boom, did my first deadlifts. I was only able to lift about 245.
So, /fit/, what reasons do I have to continue doing deadlifts? What do they work, do they have any secondary benefits, etc.
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alright, so I don't frequent this board, but I have a sleep related question.
sometimes, If I go to sleep earlier than I have been the past few days, I'll wake up feeling incredibly parched, and sometimes even have cotton mouth.
for example, on Sunday and Monday, I went to bed around 2 AM and woke up around 10 AM. but last night, I went to bed at 11 and woke up this morning at around 7 feeling like I've gone a day working in the sun without drinking anything.
So my question is: is there any possible condition this might be connected with? also, is this fairly common?
I'd also like to say I only drink water and occasionally juice, if that's relevant.