@Mary - back only really bothers me now after standing around for extended periods of time...
I had to have curved it the wrong way, whichever direction that may have been. I know my form sucked, because when I initially injured it, I was very distracted. Someone was in my personal space and I wasn't focusing on what I was doing. When I re-injured it, I don't know...Form probably sucked again, but it also could have been that it was just too soon to try again. Unfortunately I don't have any way to take video. I work out by myself, so no one to help me out there.
Workout: Tried to take it easy since I haven't done these exercises since before I hurt my back. That may have been a mistake, since everything was almost laughably easy.
Squats: 95 lbs, 2 sets of 5; 100 lbs, 3 sets of 5
Hypers: 3 sets of 10
Assisted Chin-ups: Assistance 80 lbs?, 5 sets of 5
Hanging Leg Lifts: 3 sets of 10
Barbell Curls: 65 lbs, 5 sets of 5
Rotary Calf: 210 lbs, 5 sets of 10 (This machine still seems pointless)
1 hour of Wing Chun class - footwork drills.
1 PB Cliffs Bar
bowl of Grape Nuts cereal with soy milk and banana
1 navel orange
Sandwich: 2 slices Ezekiel bread, 6 slices of Hickory smoked Tofurky, mixed baby greens, Tofutti sour cream, jalapeno hummus
1 PB Cliffs Builder bar
Shake: banana, raspberries, blueberries, strawberries, scoop of soy protein powder, the remains (maybe a scoop and a half) of some Ultimate Meal powder, 1 tbsp of vegetarian omega oils, grape juice
Koka Moka Pro Bar
big bunch of white grapes
vegan quiche that my wife made - red chard, sundried tomatoes, onion, garlic, tofu, soy milk, crust...very good
Smart Ground vegan breakfast sausage