I didn't feel too sore after Wednesday's deadlifting. In fact, I felt pretty decent considering that was a new record for me. I kept my form strong, and I was sore only with muscle fatigue. Rolling in BJJ helps me with all the obvious things: strength, endurance, technique, but also with relaxing my body and stretching, etc.
We had a good class, going over some gi techniques and rolling a few times. After class, I rolled with one of our best blue belts, he and I have had some great matches in the past! We were standing, each looking for takedowns, there was a clinch, we both circled and went down. I felt a bad twinge in my back. I kept fighting, feeling this pain, for about 30 more seconds and got tapped out by an armbar.
I stopped rolling then, feeling this extreme pain across my lower back. I was able to move around but had extremely limited motion in all directions. A trip to the doctor and some muscle relaxers later and it seemed to loosen up. Doc thinks it was a severe back spasm. I'm doing alright now, a little sore but otherwise ok!
I do not regret the lifting the day before, I realize now though that I should've had some more rest between that and rolling. So lesson learned!