I was skiing today for about 3,5 hours. I hit a 22 feet and 35 feet jump followed by a donkey rail in 4min laps. After about 4 rounds i felt little pain in my lower back close to my vertebral column (I guess it was the fascia thocaculumbalis and maybe upper parts of the gluteus maximus). I already knew this pain from jumping trampoline for more than 1 hour and ignored it today as long as possible cause the weather and the park were awesome, but the pain grew during the day. I went home after I could hardly walk anymore, threw in some pain killers and am now asking myself how this happened. One snowboarder told me he had similar problems after jumping tramp and a friend explained to him that he always landed leaned forward.
Has anyone experienced similar and solved the problem? Should I try to land as upright as possible?
(btw, the pain is only on the right side of the vertebral column)
(I didn't really crash hard the whole day --> problem must be linked to the impact)