Numbness

Swiftstrike

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#1
Anyone ever get numb after lifting. Or you get so numb during a lift you cant continue?

There was about a month 1/2 that I would constantly get numb after lifting. So much so that i'd stop in mid routine.

A buddy of mine says that basically my muscles were expanding too much for my body and that it was "good" meant I was getting bigger.

It hasnt happened in almost a year now but I was wondering if anyone else had the same experience or whether they know more about it.
 

Vidic15

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#3
The only thing on my body that gets numb is my ass and my balls from sitting down too much, while doing weights.
 

Nosferatu_Alucard

Undead Intellectual
#4
Numbness? Like falling asleep?

I've had the sensation where I just can't lift anymore and I will stop mid-lift. I think I know what you're talking about though, Swift. I don't know much about it right now, but I will look into it when I can because I'm curious as well. First thoughts tell me that it's not healthy to keep going, I think it's your muscles way of saying, "If you won't stop, we will" kind of thing.
 

Shwa

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#5
My butt and tail-bone area most of the time from doing sit-up's. I try to walk it out for a bit but every time it just loses circulation in that area and gets numb, really annoying at times.

~Shwa'
 

Nosferatu_Alucard

Undead Intellectual
#6
My butt and tail-bone area most of the time from doing sit-up's. I try to walk it out for a bit but every time it just loses circulation in that area and gets numb, really annoying at times.

~Shwa'
Do you do them at home or at the gym. If you're at home, do it on a bed. If you're at the gym, use a crunch machine, much less stress on the butt and tail-bone.
 

Shwa

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#7
Do you do them at home or at the gym. If you're at home, do it on a bed. If you're at the gym, use a crunch machine, much less stress on the butt and tail-bone.

I have a pillow underneath my bottom for some cushion, I feel like if I use the bed its really not helping me out at all since its all soft and supportive to the joints.

Yeah, when I go to the gym, its the machines for me, forget the floor-mats they have; lol.

~Shwa'