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    theshiz777 is offline Junior Member
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    groin pull and exercise q: help!

    I have a minor groin pull, since the end of August. The pain has gone away but it still gets a little sore after being on it for a wile. I do demolition all day for work which requires heavy lifting and laborious work. I havent worked my legs since August, since my groin hasnt fully healed yet. I also havent done much cardio either.


    The break I've taken from cardio has put a damper on my BF %. I can jog slowly, but the next day my groin would be sore. Any Suggestions for some cardio I could do besides exercises that would involve lots of stress on my groin?
    Maybe hitting a bag for an hour....I dont know, any suggestions?

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    That's tough bro... I would try walking on a treadmill at a high incline as fast as you can without too much discomfort to help mitigate the BF...

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    think dsm could help you out, you say your into demolition correct?

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    I am a groin expert.

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    Quote Originally Posted by smokeyd View Post
    think dsm could help you out, you say your into demolition correct?
    correct

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    Quote Originally Posted by fit4ever180 View Post
    That's tough bro... I would try walking on a treadmill at a high incline as fast as you can without too much discomfort to help mitigate the BF...
    Is the incline to take some of the pressure off? I will try it tomorrow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by theshiz777 View Post
    Is the incline to take some of the pressure off? I will try it tomorrow.
    imo, it depends on the individuals gait (the way they walk, stride, etc)... I feel like I can force more of the pressure on my quads walking at an incline and you will burn more calories faster

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