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Old 02-21-2007, 10:22 AM   #2
Jerimiah Childress
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Rodney,

There are a few possibilities here. Depending on your body and exercise history it could be simply muscle weakness in your Lower Back Stabilization muslces. With the Narcolepsy you may need extra rest time, especially here in the beginning. I think your first step is to get the guidelines from coach rippetoe's article and have someone watch you to make sure your form looks good throughout the entire movement on every rep. Then do the same thing with the squat and Push-press. Both exercises put alot more stress on the LB than most people relize. You may need to lower the weight further, take the beginner workout even slower than is prescirbed, or simply add more rest to your schedule.
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