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    lower back routine?


    what do you guys do for a lowerback routine?

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    I do deads mainly for that area
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    Deads, rack pulls, weighted hyperextensions, pull throughs, good mornings, suspended good mornings, straight leg deadlift.
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    I do seated good mornings( work better IMO), quarter deads, hyperextensions, machine extensions(sometimes), SLD.
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    what do you use for the seated good mornings... flat bench or something?
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    Regular deadlift and good mornings do the trick for me - but my tricks are not all that impressive - did 405lbs for 9 reps yesterday on dl - don't laugh its a pb for me cus I am small
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    I sit at my computer and read Anabolic Minds all day...while maintaining very good posture
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    try bent knee good mornings to eliminate the hams from the movement

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    Deads first and foremost. Also weighted hyper extensions
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    Yeah I use a flat bench and you go down to parallel. Really isolates the whole lower back. Don't go to heavy, really focus on the movement and keeping your back straight.
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    i think im going to throw in the seated good mornings...i used to do regular ones, and never thought about seated.
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    Yeah it gets you a greater pump IMO, I would say warm up with hyperextentions, then do the seated good mornings. You will feel a deeper pump if you do it in that order( from experience).
  

  
 

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