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mdblueingreen 03-01-2013 05:51 PM

groin pain when in guard position
 
Hi There i am new to MMA training (only having 3 classes so far) but whilst i was trainging open position passes in that my partner was on ther feet trying to pass to side control, i pulled my groin, stupidly i went back to training 5 days after and whilst rolling, practising kimoras from closed guard i pulled it again, as a reult i have not been back to training for 4-5 days now, it started feeling a little better today so i did a little ground work at home and tweaked it again, my next session is in 3 days time and i realy dont want to miss it, i was wondering if anybody had any advice on how to help my recover, sorry for the long post but any advice would be greatly appreciated:D

mastodon2222 03-18-2013 05:26 PM

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Originally Posted by mdblueingreen (Post 1858489)
Hi There i am new to MMA training (only having 3 classes so far) but whilst i was trainging open position passes in that my partner was on ther feet trying to pass to side control, i pulled my groin, stupidly i went back to training 5 days after and whilst rolling, practising kimoras from closed guard i pulled it again, as a reult i have not been back to training for 4-5 days now, it started feeling a little better today so i did a little ground work at home and tweaked it again, my next session is in 3 days time and i realy dont want to miss it, i was wondering if anybody had any advice on how to help my recover, sorry for the long post but any advice would be greatly appreciated:D

Gotta let it heal or it will bother you forever. If you really want to train, work on things that don't involve that muscle and don't spar or you'll re-injure it for sure. Good luck.

HitOrGetHit 03-18-2013 05:53 PM

Let it heal. The last thing you want to do is tear a muscle.


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