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    I'm about to give up on doing regular deadlifts. Pain all the time.

    Everytime I do deadlifts now I always get low back and hip pain. It destroys me for a few days. I figured I could substitute regular barbell deads for trap bar deads. Then make sure I'm doing some heavy rack pulls, RDLs, and GHRs. This way I'm still getting an overload on the muscles and hitting my posterior chain. Anyone else move away from deadlifts too?
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    I did this and then snapped my chit up doing heavy rack pulls and I’m still hurting from it months later. Be safe.
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    Deadlifting is a hobby.
    You don't need to do it.
    Plus, you said your sleep is subpart.
    Deadlifting is very taxing. You gotta make sure you're getting enough recovery
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    Nope, they haven't done anything but strengthen my core and entire lower body. I do agree with you that if they are causing you pain then stop. I would also suggest getting an MRI/xray done to see why they are causing you pain. Something is obviously wrong if you are in that kind of pain after doing them.

    I know that I will eventually have to cut down on the weight that I pull. Getting old sucks.
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    honestly i was never big on deadlifts just don’t see why they’re necessary. i heard lots of powerlifters say the same ****, look for that one joe rogan podcast they go in depth

    essentially same “pull” but safer and better exercises are rack pulls for traps, rows for back, farmers for almost whole body
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    Deadlifts aren't essential. Stopped doing them years ago and my back has thanked me
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    Try this instead



    you can also lean back a little when you do it to take some pressure off back
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    Same thing for me but also squats. I go back and forth on doing them though.

    I always get back into it but after a few weeks I start to get low back pain again. And that’s me taking it really easy, 185 x 5 for 2 sets

    A few weeks ago I was bending over to place a towel in the laundry basket and something slipped in my lower back and that was one of the worst pains I ever experienced. I actually had really bad brain fog from the pain. Lasted several weeks and my back is just not the same after that.

    I think it’s my final nail in the coffin. My tour is officially over.
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    Originally Posted by drvillain View Post
    I did this and then snapped my chit up doing heavy rack pulls and I’m still hurting from it months later. Be safe.
    I'll definitely not over do it right away but I can never resist the urge to go heavy.

    Originally Posted by nnodcvcker View Post
    Deadlifting is a hobby.
    You don't need to do it.
    Plus, you said your sleep is subpart.
    Deadlifting is very taxing. You gotta make sure you're getting enough recovery
    I would have to really to push myself if I wanted to hit 600. I just don't see it being worthwhile. I never compete anymore so what's the point. Also my sleep isnt bad atleast when I'm at home which is 5 days a week. However sleeping at work is a toss up depending on calls and such.

    Originally Posted by Beararms View Post
    Nope, they haven't done anything but strengthen my core and entire lower body. I do agree with you that if they are causing you pain then stop. I would also suggest getting an MRI/xray done to see why they are causing you pain. Something is obviously wrong if you are in that kind of pain after doing them.

    I know that I will eventually have to cut down on the weight that I pull. Getting old sucks.
    I wouldnt say that it is such bad pain that I ache. It's more of my hips flaring up which radiaties to my lower back.

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    honestly i was never big on deadlifts just don’t see why they’re necessary. i heard lots of powerlifters say the same ****, look for that one joe rogan podcast they go in depth

    essentially same “pull” but safer and better exercises are rack pulls for traps, rows for back, farmers for almost whole body
    This maybe the outlook I adopt. I still might do trap bar deads because they don't destroy my lower back as bad.

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    Deadlifts aren't essential. Stopped doing them years ago and my back has thanked me
    If I can make similar gains without them I I don't see the point if my back just gets fried everytime.
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    OP you stretch at all? How good's your mobility?

    I've had comments from chiros about my lower back being really tight and bricked up, and it seems to be a result of deadlifting. Stretching's helped a ton though.
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    I stopped deadlifting last year. I have SIJ dysfunction that does not bother me whatsoever unless I deadlift. Had to go to the chiropractor the morning after every deadlifting session lol got old. I still do RDL’s and lots of back/trap/ham work. As well as direct glute work. I have never felt stronger in my life tbh. You will be fine if you ditch them, unless you’re into powerlifting/strongman. I’ve actually been getting a lot more compliments on back development as well. That being said; deadlifts are still a fantastic exercise, and I miss them sometimes.
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    A video would be nice because some of us could help you diagnose the issue causing the pain (almost 100% chance of starting with hips too high due to weak hips and hamstrings).
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    Tbh I stopped at a little over 3 plates. Didn’t help me aesthetically at all and I’ve seen way too much testimony of injuries as one nears the 4 plate territory. I still squat because my legs don’t respond as well to lighter weight.

    If you want nice lats/back you’re better off hitting them with more direct exercises
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    A video would be nice because some of us could help you diagnose the issue causing the pain (almost 100% chance of starting with hips too high due to weak hips and hamstrings).
    Yeah this is probably what held me back on normal DLs. I started doing 1 leg RDLs with a kettlebell in my apartment, and they’re quite hard for me, even though I did hamstring curls for a long time back when we still had gyms
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    Same thing for me but also squats. I go back and forth on doing them though.

    I always get back into it but after a few weeks I start to get low back pain again. And that’s me taking it really easy, 185 x 5 for 2 sets

    A few weeks ago I was bending over to place a towel in the laundry basket and something slipped in my lower back and that was one of the worst pains I ever experienced. I actually had really bad brain fog from the pain. Lasted several weeks and my back is just not the same after that.

    I think it’s my final nail in the coffin. My tour is officially over.
    Yeah this is my biggest fear. I caved and started wearing a belt back at 250 for squats because I’m super-paranoid about injuries.

    Sometimes I wonder if the insta models who post shredded and jacked pics all year long ever get any injuries?
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    Maybe you need to not do insane deadlift workouts when you barely ever do them, your body is not adapted to the stress of that movement. Start with very low volume, like literally a single working set. Slowly ramp up volume over the course of a few weeks.

    Do you think you'd be fukked up over a single set at 225? Of course not. Start with that, then do 2 sets, then 3 sets, then start increasing the weight in 10lb increments. Common sense.

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    Tbh I stopped at a little over 3 plates. Didn’t help me aesthetically at all and I’ve seen way too much testimony of injuries as one nears the 4 plate territory. I still squat because my legs don’t respond as well to lighter weight.

    If you want nice lats/back you’re better off hitting them with more direct exercises
    so you deciding to stop deadlifting without even exiting beginner strength levels...why should anyone take your advice ITT seriously
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    McGill big 3. Youtube it
    Yes! 100% this. I do it every morning, as well as some other core activation exercises.
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    Mobility drills might help if you have unusually poor mobility, but deadlifts require very little mobility so that's unlikely to be the case. He needs to learn how to program. He's probably capable of doing a decent amount of weight because he's an experienced lifter, but his body is not adapted to deadlifts themselves. So he's able to use brute force to get a lot of weight up, but he needs to adapt to the specific movement he's trying to do if he hopes to build up work capacity for that exact movement.

    An IFBB pro who doesn't barbell squat and only leg presses and might be able to leg press 15 plates per side could probably get under a barbell and squat 500lbs for a 5x5 any time he wants. There's a good chance he'll receive some form of injury from it though, because his body hasn't adapted to tolerate that exact movement, especially at that intensity.
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    Mobility drills might help if you have unusually poor mobility, but deadlifts require very little mobility so that's unlikely to be the case. He needs to learn how to program. He's probably capable of doing a decent amount of weight because he's an experienced lifter, but his body is not adapted to deadlifts themselves. So he's able to use brute force to get a lot of weight up, but he needs to adapt to the specific movement he's trying to do if he hopes to build up work capacity for that exact movement.
    McGill big 3 is more about core activation/stability than it is mobility.
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    McGill big 3 is more about core activation/stability than it is mobility.
    Sure, but if you want to activate the musculature necessary for deadlifts you're a hell of a lot better off just doing deadlifts to achieve that.

    That's why you warm up with 135, then 225, then 315, then 405, etc. You're activating those specific muscles and that specific movement pattern.

    There's a reason why legit powerlifters never struggle with "back pain from deadlifts every time". It's gym bros who do a deadlift workout once per month and go balls to the wall with the most weight they can for 4x10, of course you're in pain. You're not even close to being able to tolerate that kind of volume/intensity.
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    Originally Posted by proteinsnake View Post
    Mobility drills might help if you have unusually poor mobility, but deadlifts require very little mobility
    I'd think mobility drills would still help him even if he can get into a good position for deadlifts. **** hurts if you're constantly tight walking around.
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    Dont really understand how you guys get pain or discomfort ,I think it's wrong initial technique leads to that. Once it gets to the limits of your body bad technique starts giving problems in weakest link.
    So fix that instead quitting.there is no matching alternative for dls.
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    Originally Posted by DrewDarden View Post
    A video would be nice because some of us could help you diagnose the issue causing the pain (almost 100% chance of starting with hips too high due to weak hips and hamstrings).
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    McGill big 3. Youtube it
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    So tired of hearing people say heavy compounds cause pain, when really it's because people don't understand programming.
    So that's one vote technique, one vote strengthening (armor plating as Louie Simmons would say) the muscles surrounding the spine, and one vote programming.

    It could be a combination of all three, but like I stated before, if we could see a video OP, we could bare minimum eliminate my suggestion, and very likely verify it.
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    Cool

    Stop ego lifting like a dumb fgt. Does 3 rep maxes every set then wonders why ur all fked up.


    Lower the weight. Do 15-20 rep sets and realize ur a dumbazz
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    Originally Posted by DrewDarden View Post
    So that's one vote technique, one vote strengthening (armor plating as Louie Simmons would say) the muscles surrounding the spine, and one vote programming.

    It could be a combination of all three, but like I stated before, if we could see a video OP, we could bare minimum eliminate my suggestion, and very likely verify it.
    I was giving OP the benefit of the doubt on technique, but yeah, would definitely like a video for confirmation.
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    Do straight legged light rack pulls and focus on strengthening your lower back and keeping the tension.

    I do pullups and ring work for upperlats.
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