Pulled Quadricep

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  1. bhop116

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    i was doing sprints today and i felt a pop in my theigh muscle so i stopped bcuz i knew something was wrong. now it hurts when i pull my leg back and i feel a lot of pain. Is this a pulled quad? or do u guys think its just a strain?

    any suggestions on how to heal it fast
     
  2. Cap'n

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    I have a suggestion.

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  3. bhop116

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    too far lol
     
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    I was going easy on you. I could have called you an inbred cock sucking cum dumpster or something.

    Seriously though, there is really no way we can tell over the internet. This type of topic is also a forbidden one under forum rules. Go get it checked out, we can't help you if we can't see it.

    Even then, we're not professionals. Well, not all of us anyways.
     
  5. rEdShawks

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    lol what are the chances keyboard warriors over the internet, with minimal amount of knowledge about your situation can make you better and give you better recommendations than a doctor can in person
     
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    Dude, way to copy me.
     
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    FWIU that's a common injury when adults suddenly start sprint training and I did it myself last year. It has been recommended that adults do hill sprints, sled drags etc instead of straight sprints because that inhibits them from going full speed therefore preventing injury.

    That has worked for me. If you don't have a rolled up muscle and/or can't walk I think you'll be ok.
     

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