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The deadlift is one of the most technical barbell lifts and form is especially imperative due to the heavy spinal loading. A sore low back the day after deadlifts is common in some trainees while others experience very little. Often times those that experience this soreness (and maybe even pain) may think it’s normal.Where do you feel work concentrated when deadlifting?
However, the muscle group that you feel working, where you get a pump (if any) and where DOMS occurs is not necessarily an indication of correct or incorrect form. Beginners to the deadlift typically feel the work concentrated mostly in the lower back.Why do my hamstrings feel sore after deadlifts?
If you’re constantly feeling sore hamstrings after deadlifts, there’s a good chance your form needs attention (i.e. bend your knees more when lifting). As we explained previously, DOMS becomes more common with higher volume and intensity. You may try doing more sets of fewer reps. For example, instead of 5 sets of 5, try doing 8 sets of 3.Why do my lumbar extensors get so tired after deadlifting?
After repeated exposure with reasonable progression, the heavy DOMS in the back tends to go away unless you detrain the deadlift and then return to it or add a great amount of volume. Although the lumbar extensors are a very strong muscle group, their role as stabilizers during the deadlift make them subject to great fatigue.