Nederlands | English | Deutsch

Project Sports

Questions and answers about sports

Coming back from injury, advise on deadlifts?

3 min read

Asked by: Kim Weigel

How do you get back into deadlifting after an injury?

Working firing pumping some blood in there and one of my favorite exercises to do when somebody's really acute in their low back pain is to do a supine plank also known as a chinese plank.

Should I deadlift after back injury?

Essentially, if your back pain allows you to, and your low back muscles are strong enough to support you during the movement, you not only CAN deadlift with back pain, but you SHOULD deadlift with back pain!

What is the most common injury in deadlift?

But from what we know, spinal injuries in the deadlift are the most common kind of deadlifting injury, and these usually occur closer to the tailbone rather than the upper back. Next to that are hip injuries. These are varied and common among deadlifting injuries, from strain to damage (fractures) in the pelvic area.

How do I protect my back when deadlifting?

Is deadlifting bad for my back?

  1. Ensure you keep an upright torso with your shoulder blades locked in to maintain lumbar lordosis throughout the lift.
  2. Before commencing the lift ensure you are locked and loaded, aiming to push through the floor to move the required weight, not pull with your upper back and arms.

Should I quit deadlifting?

There are certain cases where deadlifting could actually do more harm than good and even cause a serious lower back or hamstring injury that could set you back months or even years.

How long do deadlift injuries last?

That means no more deadlifting until the pain is gone. Even if you’re dealing with a minor muscle strain, your pain will typically resolve on its own within 12 weeks. Discomfort may last another week or 2, depending upon the severity of the injury.

Is deadlift worth the risk?

The deadlift is great at building up back strength (upper and lower) which hopefully can reduce the incidence of back injuries later on in life. The deadlift is a structural exercise which means it effectively loads the spine & hip enabling it to help build bone density and prevent osteoporosis.

Can deadlift cause slipped disc?

Weightlifters commonly damage the discs in their spine simply by straining their backs. Lifting with your back muscles more than your leg muscles are a very common way to injure the back. Deadlifting is the most common exercise that leads to herniated discs.

What injuries can deadlifts cause?

Похожие запросы

How do I deadlift after a herniated disc?

We start off low and increase the weight as we go. So she doesn't go over her limit. And she can actually have time to strengthen because the discs won't accept. And my experience.

How do I lift again after a herniated disc?

You're lifting weights you then want to work on proper bracing of the core. And then moving about the hips. Whether. You're doing a deadlift or whether you're doing a squat.

How long does it take to recover from deadlifts?

Most people with deadlift back injuries recover within a week or two.

What can you do instead of deadlifts?

10 Deadlift Alternatives to Consider

  • Glute bridge.
  • Barbell hip thrust.
  • Lying hamstring curl with band.
  • Trap bar deadlift.
  • Single-leg Romanian deadlift.
  • Back hyperextension.
  • Cable pull through.
  • Bulgarian split squat.

Are deadlifts worth the risk?

The deadlift is great at building up back strength (upper and lower) which hopefully can reduce the incidence of back injuries later on in life. The deadlift is a structural exercise which means it effectively loads the spine & hip enabling it to help build bone density and prevent osteoporosis.

Can I do deadlifts with herniated disc?

The good news is, if you’re not experiencing any red flag symptoms, the odds that you can deadlift with a herniated disc are pretty good!