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02/07/2014 at 8:34 pm #70780Tyler HawkinsParticipant
I’m a healthy 35 year old. I played basketball about 4 months ago with inappropriate shoes and did some damage around my groin. If I’m lying on my back it’s hard to lift either of my legs straight up, and I also feel it in my lower abdomen. I assumed this would just heal but it has lingered though much less intense. I’m able to do most things but just to be sure I tried taking a month off exercise but that still hasn’t done the trick. I’m currently on the road in Colombia so not sure what next step is appropriate. Any advice would be very much appreciated!
02/08/2014 at 5:28 am #74082Anonymous
Have you done anything to address these areas?.
Have you looked up/downstream of where you are seeing the issue?
Here are some episodes to start with
Super Sumo Groin Mob
Episode 354: Make Your Own Super Floss/High Hamstring & Hip Gnar Gnar
Episode 241: Sumo and Medial Chain Business
Episode 82: Protect your scrotch or: Medial hamstring fun
Jill Miller Smashes Your Guts! (and psoas, and tacked down viscera, and matted down abdominals…) Part 2
Episode 301: Psoas Flossing and Biker Hips
Episode 290 Haiku Contest And Landing Position Part 2
Episode 129: The Twin Bowstrings, the Psoas and Scalenes
Episode 75: Your Inside Psoas Bits, World Record?
Episode 40: USAW Oly Prep: Some New Hip Love /Psoas/Calves
Episode 26: Hips and Seppuku: Psoas and Hip Soft Tissue Mob
02/08/2014 at 10:57 am #74086Tyler HawkinsParticipant
No I haven’t. I’m totally new to this site and wasn’t sure where to start.This is great thank you! I’ll have a look.
02/10/2014 at 10:48 am #74099Tyler HawkinsParticipant
Ok thanks Kaitlin I watched all the videos and did some of the stretches I could do at home. Let’s see, let me try to answer your questions….I haven’t done much except rest and try keeping off it. This seems to have helped some but it’s not getting me all the way and I know it’ll deteriorate if I do something again (surf, basketball, etc…). Is ice a good idea? Anti-inflammatory meds? Currently I’m just stretching based on these vids.I hadn’t really looked upstream downstream, I’m not very sophisticated on these matters. But I got in there pretty carefully yesterday and noticed tension down my right leg into the calf. Previous to this I’ve had some knee pain in the right knee so maybe these are all connected. I watched the video mentioning to even stretch the neck so I’m doing that as well.Any other advice beyond stretching is much appreciated, but maybe I just need to dig into “the nastiness.” on a regular basis.Cheers,Jordan
02/11/2014 at 10:44 pm #74106Shannon cupp CuppParticipant
Suffice it to say, ice is out. Anti-inflammatory meds are double out. Check out the book “Iced.” We must turn the ship around and escape the “Ice Age.”
02/12/2014 at 6:35 pm #74117Tyler HawkinsParticipant
Thanks Scott. Ok, if those things are out what is in? I guess the moves seen in the videos. I’ve been massaging myself based on those vids and I think it’s helping.
02/12/2014 at 10:21 pm #74121Anonymous
To learn more about not icing read the book ICED
2 MWODs Kelly did on the topic and on the Marc Pro
People, We’ve Got to Stop Icing. We Were Wrong, Sooo Wrong.
Community Video – Peoples, We’ve Got to Stop Icing. A Year Later….
For anyone interested in purchasing a Marc Pro use the code WARRIOR at check out for a $32 discount and to support the Resiliency Project
Question on it let me know.
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