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Powerlifter looking for low back tightness relief
This is my first post, glad to be here!
I have been dealing with a chronically tight low back for about 8-9 months now. I'm a competitive power lifter that at one point squatted 500 lbs, dead lifted 535 and benched 300 in a meet. Now, whenever I try to squat, my low back will strain if I go deeper than parallel.
However, about 8-9 months ago I noticed my back was tight after squatting one night. From then on, it never got better. I have tried everything it feels like. I've been to 3 different physical therapy offices and no luck. I believe that I have anterior pelvic tilt after taking some pictures of my posture and research.
Can someone please point me in the right direction? I just want to squat again...