One year ago I was diagnosied with “subligamental hernia”/”central midline disc protrusion on level L5/S1” with a “interverterbal disc bulging on level Th10/11” .
Probably I got myself into this condition by doing let’s say certain intensive exercises on gym like deadlift, squats with weight bar etc, without a good technique.
It may sound unwisely, but – if it is possible to get back to bodybuilding but in a lighter way, without damaging my back anymore ? I mean through that focusing on muscles like biceps, triceps, chest and avoiding exercises that I mentioned above. Obviously under control of a specialist. Or is this kind of issue so severe, that one definately should not risk worsening that?
Does any of you was going through a simmilar situation?
Yes bodybuild your core. Side planks, bird dogs etc. When you can do 3-4 sets of 10 a day correctly you probably can ease back into other weightlifting. Agree with the other poster lots of folks with herniated discs on bodybuilding forums.
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