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    Pain in my ass (literally)

    So for like the last 5 months i've had this sharp pain between my glute and hamstring on my right leg whenever i do backsquats or deadlifts. It's gotten to the point where whenever i try to do these lifts almost all the weight shifts to my left side and has made lower body training almost impossible. Anyone have experience with this? or witty jokes about having ass pain? thanks
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    well i have to say its hamstring strain, try strengthen them. i just pulled mine recently and it hurts in the same area.
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    Originally Posted by Apollo21 View Post
    well i have to say its hamstring strain, try strengthen them. i just pulled mine recently and it hurts in the same area.
    Agreed. Also, how's the range of motion in your right ankle as compared to your left?
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    does your calf or foot tingle or go numb? It could be sciatica I just recovered from it I didn't squat or deadlift for 3 months it sucked
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    I rolled my right ankle quiet a bit when i was younger and played basketball..... when i do try and lift lower body usually it will be okay for the first few warm up sets then progressively feel worse tell i can't do even light weight without pain
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    Also what should i do to strengthen the hamstring if that is the issue? Obviously the pain makes big lifts difficult, what could i do to graduate back to them? Thank yo
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    I really don't think it's the hamstring. I thought the same thing when I had the sciatica ( most likely what you have ). Lay off squats and deadlifts for like 2 weeks and see how you feel. If it's still bad then go longer and stretch it. There's tons of youtube videos on how to stretch it
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    The reason I ask about ankle ROM is that lack of ROM in the ankle can present itself as pain along the posterior chain during squats. The spot you're referring to is reasonably common. I suppose it is due to tight fascia.
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    Okay thanks with the help. My competition season for the throws is winding down, so very soon i should be able to lay off it for a while, be aggresive with stretching and see how it progresses from there
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    Originally Posted by throwyo View Post
    Okay thanks with the help. My competition season for the throws is winding down, so very soon i should be able to lay off it for a while, be aggresive with stretching and see how it progresses from there
    I hope bro You will recover soon
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    I would be cautious. could be a low back disc problem. i recommend visiting your doctor and getting it checked out
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    Originally Posted by throwyo View Post
    Okay thanks with the help. My competition season for the throws is winding down, so very soon i should be able to lay off it for a while, be aggresive with stretching and see how it progresses from there
    Perhaps you should stop stretching your angus so much and your glute will start firing again
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    A gentle stretching before workout is essential for preventing injuries. You must focus on your posture during exercise, that will help you to find the actual reason for this pain.
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    Originally Posted by jamesrobert1997 View Post
    A gentle stretching before workout is essential for preventing injuries. You must focus on your posture during exercise, that will help you to find the actual reason for this pain.
    Whew. Glad you chimed in because OP must be in a terrible spot. Having to live with this for 7 years until you bestowed your stellar advice on him. You are the second coming for sure!
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    Originally Posted by jamesrobert1997 View Post
    A gentle stretching before workout is essential for preventing injuries. You must focus on your posture during exercise, that will help you to find the actual reason for this pain.
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    Whew. Glad you chimed in because OP must be in a terrible spot. Having to live with this for 7 years until you bestowed your stellar advice on him. You are the second coming for sure!
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