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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeffrey Gomez View Post
    So conclusively, keep training and going up while trying my best to mitigate an exacerbation of symptoms?
    Like everybody else does.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Rippetoe View Post
    Like everybody else does.
    Alright thanks Rip, I'll keep going!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeffrey Gomez View Post
    So conclusively, keep training and going up while trying my best to mitigate an exacerbation of symptoms?
    Not trying to be needlessly pedantic, but, what other options do you have outside of actually paying a coach to make sure that you are programming and performing your dreaded exercise correctly? It may come as a shock to most, but, your technique on one form check, especially one that you are getting for free, is not the same as having a coach watch every single one of your reps with exacting detail.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Will Morris View Post
    Not trying to be needlessly pedantic, but, what other options do you have outside of actually paying a coach to make sure that you are programming and performing your dreaded exercise correctly? It may come as a shock to most, but, your technique on one form check, especially one that you are getting for free, is not the same as having a coach watch every single one of your reps with exacting detail.
    Yes, believe it or not, this shit can be complicated, and that's why people pay coaches when their training is important. But find a good one, because there are lots of fools charging for their services.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Will Morris View Post
    Not trying to be needlessly pedantic, but, what other options do you have outside of actually paying a coach to make sure that you are programming and performing your dreaded exercise correctly? It may come as a shock to most, but, your technique on one form check, especially one that you are getting for free, is not the same as having a coach watch every single one of your reps with exacting detail.
    Hey Will, I never truly distinguished myself as a trainee who necessarily NEEDS a coach (as of right now). I would like to however develop into a stronger and more efficient lifter, but it's just my life right now outside the gym conflicts with the dedication of paying a good coach for programming, rehab modifications, etc. I've already started working on deadlifts and the less I focus on the pain, the better I feel and perform without having my nerves get the best of me. Most I've pulled was 440lbs x2 pre-injury and I'm slowly making my way by adding weight (10-15lbs) per deadlift session. Yesterday, I pulled 355 with no hassle, despite the overall weakness since I haven't touched a deadlift that heavy since the spring.

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