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That's fucking crazy. If there's a reputable ART/Graston practitioner near you, I'd def consult with them.
I'm guessing you mean Graston. Cons: If the tissue is already damaged or it's a locked up muscle, it'll hurt. Sometimes to the point of tears. Possible bruising, but shouldn't be a lot. Also you may feel that absolutely nothing was accomplished. Pros: It COULD result in faster recovery. Even instant. Calf was seized up once and was painful to walk up and down stairs. Few minutes of (painful) Graston and it freed up and honestly felt like there was nothing ever wrong with...
lol hang in there brah we're all gonna make it
Nah Lagrangian always says something anytime anyone mentions knees past toes... and he's right. Don't mean shit, especially when front squatting
His point is whatever you were about to say regarding his knees forward on a front squat, doesn't mean shit.
In between weight classes for PL tho
Yeah things like back injuries are so individual... I'm in no way saying the reverse hyper is the cure-all for all lumbar related issues, but it was for at least a few people. Ultimately only you and a good sports doc will know what's best for you. Stay safe.
My severe disc herniation was way before I ever stepped foot in a gym or had any awareness of body positioning or posture. Went a full 10yrs without a single back problem again... then had a couple minor lower back injuries in the gym... both from being an idiot while deadlifting. Never had back pain from squatting. But who knows... maybe I'll be fucked by the time I'm 70.
I'm not entirely certain but one of the guys also has chronic SI joint problems and the rev hyper seems to exacerbate it.While I don't disagree with Skeen, what I did take away from Dr. Stuart McGill's (widely accepted as the authority on lower back problems in sports/athletics) book is injury and rehab can go a variety of different ways for different people. I also heard offhand that he isn't much of a fan of the rev hyper machine fwiw.Anyway, Dan told me he used to do a...
Honestly, it will be very difficult to perform without the actual reverse hyperextension machine. There is sort of a bodyweight version of it performed with a bench and a stability ball, but you can't really load that nor can I speak to how that is performed.Not to be confused with a 45deg hyperextension: http://www.roguefitness.com/rogue-reverse-hyper-2
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