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Mittwoch, 6. Juni 2018, 06:07

Lower back pain / injury

Hi,

I just bought a new Model D rower and have recently started working out (4 times). I am following the training workouts in the Training for weight loss section of the main site. I had lunch with someone today that injured their lower back on a rowing machine in a gym. I don't know why, but since I heard this, I have become more conscious and now I realize that my lower back is sore. Am I feeling sore because the lower back muscles are working or am I on my way to an injury? I have had lower back pain/injury in the past so I am prone to them.
By gleaning the FAQ section of the forum I saw a couple of mention of lower back pain or injury, so now I am worried that my investment might not be suitable for me. I originally bought it for the no-impact / full body workout aspect of the machine and because I had used one before and enjoyed exercising with it.
Should I be worried or is it that my technique is wrong (I am pretty sure that my technique is correct, but will check it again if I you someone tells me that my soreness is related to poor technique).

Any help will be apprecited.

I didn't find the right solution from the Internet.

References:
http://www.c2forum.com/viewtopic.php?f=4&t=10835
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Thank you.