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I'm a heavyweight and I always have lower back pain after MMA cause we jump a lot. How can I sto

Author : Ali

Submitted : 2018-01-16 23:16:59    Popularity:     

Tags: MMA  pain  heavyweight  stop  lot  

We do flying knees and lots of other jumps but I always have lower back pain after. What should I do ?

Answers:

Consider what training surface you are doing some of your training on and what you are doing in that training and wear some decent athletic shoes to cushion the shock that your feet, knees and lower back have to endure. I did that and it extended the time that I could train as well as helped me avoid some of the later problems that some of my friends and contemporaries suffered. Working out and training in your bare feet all the time can really cause some problems health wise down the road later in life as well as like now and what you are currently experiencing. A good pair of athletic shoes would wear out in about a year when I would do this. That tells you though how much wear and tear maybe your body might be sustaining though if you always work out and train in your bare feet.

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Martial art is supposed to adjust to you not you to the martial art. Find a martial art teacher that does that rather than a commercial 'one size fits all' school that mass produces martial artists. There is no sense in throwing all the students in a class and teaching everybody the same thing. As a good teacher you work with what the student is capable of. If you are overweight and your weight is the problem like others suggested then you can not have the student jump around like a bunny. It is bound to cause problems and in the long run injuries. A responsible teacher will work you into this. Surely there is more to even MMA that does not require jumping around. Through good training you should become more fit but not everybody is skinny as this is also a matter of genetics and the jumping around might not be your style.

Up your steroids.

So most probably you have to reduce your weight and than the pain will be gone. Train more and eat less and even healthy, and soon you won't have back pain anylonger.

So....does "heavyweight" mean "overweight"? If yes, then that's the problem.

Even if you're not overweight, your body may not be able to handle high impact activities.



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