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 Post subject: Re: Hamstring imbalance
PostPosted: Wed Aug 13, 2014 7:25 pm 
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So to update on this -- leg imbalance. The one-sided exercises have started making clear that when I said hamstring, I was wrong. Adductor Magnus seems to be more likely: 1. Problem isn't a problem until I do a bent-knee exercise. 2. Doing foam rollers on pain -- it goes medial, not lateral. The soreness is posterior, but medial (and definitely in the post thigh not glute).

K so I'm not giving up on bent knee exercises, but there has to be another way to approach this than bent-knee exercises...

When they say "groin" in football, are they talking Adductor Magnus?


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