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    Honestly this guy apparently knows a lot about martial arts but listen to the tripe he writes, he should stick with martial arts...Dead Lifts: Exercise That Destroys Your Lower Back - Article by Matt Furey

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    possibly the worst if you do them incorrectly, possibly the best if you do them correctly
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    Quote Originally Posted by lciaccio View Post
    possibly the worst if you do them incorrectly, possibly the best if you do them correctly
    Sure but blame the people,not the exercise.
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    Actually this exercise is really good if you have a weak back which translated to lower back pain. Or if you play sports and have a weak back and you get a lot of transition of energy from the upper to lower body(jumping in basketball). It will make you get over lower back pain that comes from weak muscles in time. It's the same with tendinitis and weak legs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by d3lia1987 View Post
    Actually this exercise is really good if you have a weak back which translated to lower back pain. Or if you play sports and have a weak back and you get a lot of transition of energy from the upper to lower body(jumping in basketball). It will make you get over lower back pain that comes from weak muscles in time. It's the same with tendinitis and weak legs.
    Preach on brotha, I was hit by a car and dragged 150 feet underneath, wearing away most of my patella. My back & knees are messed up...but through training in heavy compound movents, I live with much less pain than I rightly should.:dl:
  

  
 

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