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Last Post 07/17/2015 10:54 AM by  Virginia Beam
Back pain?
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Maddie_mcbride
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07/16/2015 10:32 PM
    I am a new member. I think today was my ninth class or around there but it was my fifth day in a row to go to fire. I noticed last night my back was sore (mid/lower) and i thought i was just sore so i went to the fire class again this morning. Today it has bothered me more like i need to sit up straighter during the day but laying in bed its pretty sore. Is going to yoga everyday overkill as a new member?
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    07/17/2015 9:19 AM
    Hi Maddie! Is it muscle soreness, or sharp pain? If you're new to yoga and specifically to backbends, you might be dropping into your lower back instead of lifting up and out of it, which can definitely hurt.
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    07/17/2015 9:33 AM
    It was deffinitly soreness, I woke up this morning and was fine. I've just always been an athlete but I don't think ever sore in my back. And no I never had sharp pain. Thank you for responding!
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    07/17/2015 10:54 AM

    Posted By Maddie_mcbride on 07/17/2015 9:33 AM
    It was deffinitly soreness, I woke up this morning and was fine. I've just always been an athlete but I don't think ever sore in my back. And no I never had sharp pain. Thank you for responding!


    Glad to hear it! And that's not surprising--a lot of sports tend to work the same muscles a lot (like running and hip flexors), so you can be in great shape but still have muscles that you hardly ever use. Fire does a LOT of back strengthening.
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