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    Low back stretches not helping? Try this exercise to rehab your low back and QL. Many people notice temporary relief with stretching, and although these stretches can feel nice and there isnít anything wrong with that, they arenít always the solution! Sometimes we need to challenge our low back in new ways, because a strong back is a healthy back. Here is a unique way to strengthen the low back and find relief.
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    1️⃣ Grab a weight in the opposite hand of the side of the low back you wish to target (left low back/QL issue hold in right hand). Now simply perform a deadlift/squat while only holding the weight in that hand. This is causing your body to fight on the opposite side to maintain and upright torso. Give this a try and comment below what you think!
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    have to give it a try. what's QL.
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    The quadratus lumborum (QL) is the deepest abdominal muscle. It's located in your lower back on either side of the lumbar spine. It starts at your lowest rib and ends at the top of your pelvis. ... The QL is one of the prime sources of lower back pain and can have an effect on your physical well-being
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    Quote Originally Posted by drtbear1967 View Post
    The quadratus lumborum (QL) is the deepest abdominal muscle. It's located in your lower back on either side of the lumbar spine. It starts at your lowest rib and ends at the top of your pelvis. ... The QL is one of the prime sources of lower back pain and can have an effect on your physical well-being
    thanks for that info, it's helpful. i have had a chronic pain in my right top pelvis since august when i was out shoveling dirt. so maybe that is part of the problem. i'll be working on it.
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    Hope it helps.
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    it works.
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    In the last weeks on my way to the powerlifting meeting, I am geting lower back pain. I will have to prove this tip, but with both sides because the pain is located throughout the lower back area. And I have also had to use ice on my dorsal and right shoulder. Lifting heavy is painful.
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