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    What happened? You alright?

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    ^what I was thinking!!!!

    Bad day at work? Hope youre alright buddy
    Not much, just really wasn't feeling it.

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    At least you remembered that
    Of course.
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    Just a quick one this afternoon to get back into it.

    Squats:

    100 x 5/5/5

    Low bar. Felt awkward as I expected, but hopefully I'll a) get used to them fairly quick and b) have no back problems when doing them.

    Bench:

    75 x 5/5/5

    First time I've barbell benched in a while.

    Chins:

    bodyweight x 5/5/5

    Then home.
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    Eta, low bar.



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    Have you tried working on your core muscles? I found doing this (every other session for about 5-6min) + foam rolling your back works absolute wonders for back pain.

    Had quite bad back pain for ages to the point I would just have to stop whatever I was doing but as soon as I started doing those two things every week n stretching before lifts it went away gradually.

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    Squats:

    100 x 5/5/5

    Low bar. Felt awkward as I expected, but hopefully I'll a) get used to them fairly quick and b) have no back problems when doing them.
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    (Original post by a10)
    Have you tried working on your core muscles? I found doing this (every other session for about 5-6min) + foam rolling your back works absolute wonders for back pain.

    Had quite bad back pain for ages to the point I would just have to stop whatever I was doing but as soon as I started doing those two things every week n stretching before lifts it went away gradually.
    Yes, although I do admit I should probably do more ab work.

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