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Jeremy J

Hey gang, it has been too long! I am still alive! Back is getting better, but still not great. This is seriously my first workout related injury ever! I hate it. Clay, I'd still like to do top dawg, but it will probably be at least a week... It is fine if it doesnt count, just make sure I do it!

May pop in for a row tomorrow if the back is up to it!

Suffering box withdrawal (cue Josh's response).

Joe G

Part 1: 13:50 rx'd

Part 2 beat me. Didn't get any OHS or burpees the first 2 minutes, dropped to 65# and did the last 8 rounds + 34 burpees

Lori

Jeremy - I hope you recover quickly. From my experience, the best thing for your back is rest. Moving around does help, but take it easy and work range of motion, no loading or straining. When in doubt, don't. And ice...lots of ice.

And try to keep those hammies and glutes stretched out. If they tighten up, it just makes your back worse.

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