Hamstring & Groin Release


Our hamstrings and groin can get tight from activities such as running but why does it affect performance and how can we fix it? Tight hamstrings can create a downward pull on your pelvis, which can lead to dysfunction of your Hip, Sacroiliac and Lumbar spinal joints. Furthermore hamstring tightness can lead to dysfunction between your thigh bone and knee cap as well as excess pressure on the patellar tendon. All of the aforementioned can lead to a drop in your performance and ultimately injury so it is wise to work on any tightness you may be feeling in the Hamstring muscle. Below is a video showing you how to release your hamstring and groin muscles.