If you have pulled or strained a groin or inner thigh muscle, then you probably do appreciate your Adductor muscles. These are the muscles that run along the inner thigh. They don’t command much attention, until they decide to really act up. The tricky part about these muscles is figuring out where things went wrong. It’s easy to see how a basketball player, gymnast, or tennis player could aggravate this area since there is a lot of lateral movement in these sports. But how could this happen to a runner?
That’s the topic of today’s video. Not only what they do with running, but how we can better prepare them for running, as well as bring them back up to speed when they get cranky and misbehaving.
Please share this with a friend and fire any questions you may have about the exercises in my direction. Exercise #3 is especially helpful if this is an area of concern for you!