Originally Posted by Sprinkler Buddy
With your back issues, I would look for something else. If your determined, I would work with someone else for a season to see if your back can handle it. Making the investment and finding out quickly you wish you hadn't can be avoided this way.
Totally agree. Unless you get really well versed in the what, how and why of what damages your back and how to avoid disc repair surgery get out now and avoid any kind of work that grinds away at your back joints.
I'm vastly better off than I was this time last year but the vast majority of back injury victims have little to no clue how to REALLY avoid destroying their backs permanently. I have compared notes with others and virtually all of them are clueless on correct bio mechanics.
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