Singing Howdy y’all! No, I didn’t just get off my horse, but I am having some groin pain. Hey everybody, it’s Dr. Jo, and today I’m going to show you some stretches to stretch out your groin. If you have a strain or a sprain. So let’s get started. Okay, so the first stretch we’re gonna do is a simple butterfly stretch. Now people who have a strain or sprain in their groin are probably not going to be able to be able to pull their heels very close to them. So what you want to do, you wanna put your feet together, and if you’re out.
This far, that’s okay, that might be where you have to start. But what you’re gonna do is you’re gonna take your elbows and put them on your inner thighs, and you’re gonna push down and lean forward. If you’re just leaning forward, you’re not gonna quite get the stretch you need. So make sure you put your elbows on your inner thighs and push down, and you’re gonna hold for 30 seconds and do this 3 times. Now if you are not getting a super stretch there, you can take your heels and pull them closer to you, and that will get more of a.
Stretch in there, but you still want to take your elbows and push down on the inner thighs. So the next stretch, you’re gonna come up on your knees, and you’re gonna take one leg and put it out to the side. The further you go out to the side, the more of a stretch you’re gonna get. So I’m just gonna kind of start at about a 45 degree angle. If you’re groin’s really sore, the first thing you are gonna do is just go straight forward, and that will stretch it out a little bit, and you can stretch that 3 times for 30 seconds.
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If that’s not quite getting the stretch that you need, then you can go over to the side over your knee, and that’s going to get more of a stretch in there. If that’s still not enough, then you can take your leg all the way out to the side, and stretch out that way, and that’s going to give you a good stretch. So you want to do that for 30 seconds, 3 times each. Alright, and the last one I’m gonna show you is going to be a lunge at a 45 degree.
Angle to stretch out that groin muscle. So if you want to stretch out your right side, your going to take your foot out at a 45 degree angle, so it’s not going to be way in the front, and it’s not going to be out to the side, but it’s going to be at about a 45 degree angle. Point your toes that way, and you’re going to bring your knee over your toes. So you’re going to feel the stretch in here, and you will feel a little stretch on both.