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Here are a few of the best inner thigh stretches to prevent injuries. Standing Inner Thigh – This move increases your lateral mobility. Seated Hip – This is an excellent move to help maintain hip mobility.
Windshield Wipers – A move for the torso, inner, and outer. This simple stretch, sometimes called the butterfly stretch, stretches the groin and inner thigh. Here’s how to do it correctly. Get into a seated position.
Bend your knees and bring the soles of the feet together. Gate stretches. Stand on your left leg while you lift your right leg up. Raise your right knee to hip level, turn it out and open away from your body.
You will feel the stretch in your groin. Using trunk rotation (your chest, abdomen, and back), this stretch will target the hip flexor and groin muscles to ease groin pain. How to do it: Start in a half kneeling position.
You are aiming. To prevent groin strains, take care when exercising or doing any strenuous activities. This is especially important if you’ve already had a groin strain or have muscle weakness in this area. This simple dynamic stretch involves standing in one spot while you swing your legs as part of a warm-up. It targets your inner thighs, hips, and glutes.
Stand with your feet shoulder-width apart. Stretching the inner thighs and groin by holding the stretch reduces nerve stimulation to the region that can contribute to tightness and sensitivity. You can also stretch the area by moving your hip joints toward and away from the center of your body repeatedly. The best way to prevent groin strain is to avoid using the adductor muscle without proper training and preparation.
Especially if you play a sport that’s likely to cause groin strain, regularly. Lean away from your affected side to feel a stretch into your inner thigh/groin region. Hold this stretch for 15-20 seconds and repeat 3-5 times. Quadriceps Stretch – Standing. Bend the knee of your affected leg and use your hand to pull your foot up behind you so that you feel the stretch at the front of your thigh. Join Airrosti’s Dr.
Travis Owens to learn some simple exercises to relieve and prevent pain on the inside of the thigh brought on by a Groin Pull or Adductor.
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