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    pulling Groin muscle

    Was just hoping I could get some advice on some streches or somthing!!!!

    I do the proper streches before class but every time I do side kicks or crescent kick I pull my left side groin muscle???

    Streches I do already----Butterfly, and V strech

    Any ideas it feels like a pain right beside my junk not underneath but almost infront.

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    you pulled your groin... heh. heh heh.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hannibal1982
    Was just hoping I could get some advice on some streches or somthing!!!!

    I do the proper streches before class but every time I do side kicks or crescent kick I pull my left side groin muscle???

    Streches I do already----Butterfly, and V strech

    Any ideas it feels like a pain right beside my junk not underneath but almost infront.
    1] If you keep re-injuring it, you're not giving yourself enough time to heal.

    2] Any pain that's that close to your... junk might be worth a visit to the doctor to make sure it isn't anything sinister.
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    Let your thigh heal. Then go www.stadion.com, read the articles about stretching and warm up. Static stretches before dynamic exercize are a no-no. Dynamic stretching FTW.
    And this is coming from personal experience.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hannibal1982
    Was just hoping I could get some advice on some streches or somthing!!!!

    I do the proper streches before class but every time I do side kicks or crescent kick I pull my left side groin muscle???

    Streches I do already----Butterfly, and V strech

    Any ideas it feels like a pain right beside my junk not underneath but almost infront.
    Check the sticky thread and use the search function before posting a question on the PT forum.

    Searching for "groin" on the PT forums (search thread titles only) got me the following:

    http://www.bullshido.net/forums/show...ighlight=groin

    http://www.bullshido.net/forums/show...ighlight=groin

    http://www.bullshido.net/forums/show...in#post1809978

    http://www.bullshido.net/forums/show...in#post1808523


    http://www.bullshido.net/forums/show...in#post1723698


    And as for stretches, for f* sakes, we have several threads linked on the STICKY thread.

    Use the search function and check the sticky thread.
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