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Old 03-13-2013, 05:16 AM   #1
Robert Hill
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Pinching Nerve in lower back

Hey guys just had a quick question. When I do GHD sit ups, i get an intense "shock" in my lower back. Why and how can I fix it!!!
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Old 03-23-2013, 08:21 PM   #2
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Re: Pinching Nerve in lower back

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Hey guys just had a quick question. When I do GHD sit ups, i get an intense "shock" in my lower back. Why and how can I fix it!!!
i sometimes have the same issue. my lower back doesn't hurt at all, but when i jump on the GHD, bam, a shooting pain. i tried stretching it out, but in the end, i usually just skip it that day. one thing i recently found was mobilitywod.com. i now use a lacrosse ball or baseball to work out the kinks in my back...have had a significant improvement in my lower back since.
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