Back Pain while Sitting.

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  1. Fishoutdoors2016

    Fishoutdoors2016 Newb

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    Does you ever wish sitting was more comfortable?* Does your back pain limit your time seated during your hunt? Visit Fish Outdoors | Reduce Low Back Pain while Hunting and Fishing to decrease your back pain and discomfort and increase your enjoyability and comfort during your outdoors experience.
     
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    Sota Legendary Woodsman

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    I have a rechargeable tens machine I use if I get sore.
     
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    Shocker99 Grizzled Veteran

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    I've got some bad discs from my power lifting days. When I wear waders for long periods of time or carry a ton of stuff on my back it will start to get to me but sitting has never bothered me much.
     
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    I've now dealt with lower back pain since my spinal fusion 8 years ago. I've thought about adding a lumbar support to my setup to hopefully eliminate majority of it on long sits.
     
  5. Jeepwillys

    Jeepwillys Die Hard Bowhunter

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    Best thing that I've found is the Millennium tree stands. I can't sit in a regular hang-on stand anymore. If I do i'm up and down all the time. Got my Millennium two seasons ago. It's so comfortable that I can sit all day pretty much with out standing up. One thing I will suggest is getting the Cold Weather Pad. I sat so deep the first season without it that it was hard getting out of it without a lot of motion. I was disappointed that I'd spent all that money and it was so comfortable but i wasn't going to be able to effectively hunt out of it. I was planing on tying a rope to the front of the platform to have to help me up and I also got the cold weather pad because the seat material is cooler. Once I put the Pad on there it was perfect. I could get in and out easy. It kept my back warm. And made it more comfortable to sit in. Sorry that was a rambling paragraph, but it made a huge difference in my ability to stay out and stay undetected.

    Can't speak much for the OP's ad.:hijacked:
     
  6. uncljohn

    uncljohn Weekend Warrior

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    Just get a back cushion with some lumbar support.

    Big Game Spring-Back Lumbar Support works very well for $13.
     
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    I don't have that problem, even on all day (12 hours) sits. But if your back bothers you from sitting too long, stand up and stretch a bit. Problem solved.
     
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    Jeepwillys Die Hard Bowhunter

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    That works but I have to get up to much.
     

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