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Doing Crossfit for HNP

Dear All 


im a newbie in this forum, i got scoliosis and HNP in lumbar 4 and 5 . thats cause me have a back and right neck pain. i feel numb on my hip when im running, jumping and doing deadlift 
right now im still doing my crossfit class, but concentrate to train my upper body. 

i used to feel a frozen shoulder DOMS after doing back squad and push ups 

when im doing HIIT using Rowing, Ski-erg and Air bike - i got a good cardio exercise without feel any pain on my back or my leg. 

may be there is anything that you guys can share with me the best movement that i can do to tone my core, since i struggling for loosing weight and want to reduce my body fat 

advise are very welcome 

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  • dilaurodilauro ConnecticutPosts: 13,304

    Please do NOT start any type of exercise program, use of any gadget without first talking to your doctor and getting their approval

    Many members here may offer their opinions on what type of exercise is good.  But remember, whatever they communicate, its what works for them  Everyone is different, everyone has different circumstances surrounding their spinal condition.  There is not one shoe to fit all sizes.

    What may work for one person, could be very detrimental to another.   Only start something new after you have doctors approval

    Ron DiLauro Veritas-Health Forums Manager
    I am not a medical professional. I comment on personal experiences 
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