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I’m a practiced 100kg Oly lifter: I’ve had a gnarly right quad for 5 months now. I can train close to heavy when I’m really warmed up: few pistols, 140kg front squats, olympic lifts, etc. but I’ve not been able to get stronger/ up my lifts because I am always minding this quad pain. I’m doing all of the banded quad/psoas/abdominal/oblique/glute/low back type smashing/stretching for months. Sometimes a super couch superset with supernova to the gut for 10 min and a good long quad foot smash seems to heal it (stop the pain) but it’ll be back the next day.
Sounds like it may be time to see a doctor to identify exactly what is going on.
Wrapping your knee when training address the symptom, but is not addressing the cause of the pain which is why the pain returns.
If you are working on things each day and not seeing improvement then you are not hitting the areas that need attention.
By drinking the wine you accessed more of your parasympathetic nervous system which causes you to relax.
I appreciate your response Kaitlin – does look like I need a rethink, I’ve been trying to work in new ways to see how that affects the pain. If I find out whats going on, I’ll post up to try and help others.
Hello James, go to you tube and watch ” SuperDtv REHAB IT Band Acting Badly! “. Perhaps this technique will help you.
Jorg – looks interesting! I’ll try that this coming weekend and let you know.