has anyone ever suffered a lower back injury from doing a goodmorning?
just wondering as when i do a goodmorning i go about parrell with my hips and i read an article by louie simmons that said that you should only go to the angle of your deadlift when doing a good morning.. is this only to boost your deadlift or does it follow over to squats as well? i relize a stronger squat will = a stronger deadlift but my lifts are the other way around.. ive got a much stronger deadlift than my squat however i am only a beginner powerlifter but i was just curious as too the form of a goodmorning.
should i continue to go parrell or only go to the angle of the way i set up my deadlift?
thanks advice will be appreciated i understand its a trivial question and has probably been asked a lot - i unfortunatly do not have the time to go through the forums to find it.