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Squats and Lower Back

Posted by: wd

I recently started doing squats and afterwards my lower back is tired but does not hurt. I dont think you are sopposed to use you'r lower back when doing squats, are you? I just want to know if there is a flaw in my form

Re: Squats and Lower Back

Posted by: Coby

You shouldnt lower your back when you squat you should bend at the hips and keep your back straight. I couldnt really tell ya if you were doin it right or wrong unless i watched you do it. If you are just starting it may be tired even if you are doing it the right way.

Re: Squats and Lower Back

Posted by: John

Lower back strength is extrememly important when squatting. To properly sit back in your squat, you need to lean your upper body forward a little. The posterior chain (back, glutes, hams) are the most important muscles. Do Good Mornings, Reverse Hypers, and Stiff Legged Deadlifts to strengthen the lower back.

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