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Weight Lifting Back Support

Back Supports

Weightlifting exercises help develop skeletal muscle strength whilst also keeping individuals mentally fit. They promote cardiovascular fitness, healthy metabolism, and good bone health. You need to pay full attention whilst lifting heavyweight because a poor weight lifting technique can put great strain on different parts of your body, especially on your spine, leading to different degrees of back pain.

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Besides lifting heavy weights during exercises, some occupations may require lifting weights or heavy objects that can also contribute to serious injuries causing back pain. Improper weight lifting techniques cause lower back strains and herniated discs, the most painful conditions for your back. Experts suggest wearing back supports whilst lifting weight in the gym or at your workplace. Back supports will help unload some of the weight and stress that weightlifting can put on your lower back.
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They also keep muscles, joints, and disks stress-free during workouts. Before wearing back supports, you need to know when to wear them. If you are going to wear back supports to reduce pressure on your lower back whilst working or exercising, you can wear them as long as your session is over. Back supports also help minimise your back movement, helping control further damage or pain.

They also provide needed compression to the injured areas, helping speed up the recovery process following a back injury or surgery. It is better to wear back supports under your healthcare provider’s instructions or professional trainers, as overusing back support can cause muscle atrophy and weakness.

It will help if you consider several things before buying back supports. Back braces/supports are either flexible, semi-rigid, or rigid. Take the time to choose the best size and fit for you. A tight fitted back support can limit the blood flow whilst on the other hand, a loosely fitted brace will irritate you.

Ensure that the back support is snug enough to provide the needed compressions. Some people are allergic to particular materials. Ensure that the material is of good quality and suits your skin. Usually, back supports are designed with cotton, canvas, or neoprene materials.

Ask your GP or professional trainers to choose the best back supports accordingly. At 360 relief, you can find a variety of back supports, with a range of sizes or colours, to help with the back pain from weightlifting.

How Does Back Support Work?

Back support helps unload some of the pressure or weight placed on the lower back. It helps reduce stress on the muscles, joints, and disks. Reducing the spinal pressure also helps lessen painful muscle tension, which protects the back following an injury.

Can I Lift Weight With Back Support?

Back support helps in standard weight lifting. But, experts suggest wearing back support only when you perform a high exercise involving the back muscles against the resistance. Overuse or unnecessary use of back support can harm your back.

Can Weight Lifting Hurt My Back?

As a strength training, regularly lifting weight helps promote cardiovascular fitness, healthy metabolism, strength, and even good bone health. But, poor weight lifting can place significant strains on various parts of the body, especially on the spine, which results in some degree of back pain.

Can Back Support Hurt My Back?

Usually, back support helps you prevent injury or speed up the recovery process following an injury. But, overuse of a back brace can lead to muscle atrophy and weakness. Try to wear the back brace under the instruction of your GP or workout trainer.

How To Choose Back Support For Weight Lifting?

Check the level of support you need and choose one that fits you. Make sure that the material of the back brace is of good quality and suits your skin as some people are allergic.

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