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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 01-28-2011, 07:06 AM Thread Starter
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Angry roundhouse problems

I've been in martial arts since I was six, but I recently got to the point were I just relied on my hands, ive been this way about two years, and I started studying kiccs again so I could use more of my body, and adapt to more circumstances. However I noticed that when i do a high roundhouse a shooting pain goes through both of my groin muscles, now I can do the splits four inches from the ground, and I do the butterfly, and the frog before I practice so I dont think its an issue with my flexability. I can do side kiccs, and hook kicks at head level with no problem. The only things I think this can be is teqnique, or some kind of groin injury, but I cant seem to isolate the problem. Anybody have any suggestions let me know, cause Im broke, and cant afford an instructor right now.
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post #2 of 2 (permalink) Old 01-28-2011, 11:02 AM
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Telediagnosis on such issues will rarely help you. Did you do a proper warm up, did you start with lower kicks or did you start throwing high kicks right away without warming up¿ Do you pivot correctly on the ball of your foot¿ How long have you had this issue¿

Maybe you should go to a doctor, for he probably can tell better then us who don't can check you in person.
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