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    Adduction Popping...

    Hello-

    I train a lot in the weightroom, and always include a TON of legs in my routine. (hockey)

    My problem is, that any time the movement i'm doing involves moving my leg outwards like this http://exrx.net/AnimatedEx/HipAdduct...pAdduction.gif, i feel a popping going on in my inner hip area (groin)

    It's not like a "crack your nuckles" popping, its like a "pop out of place then pop back in" popping...

    this is ESPECIALLY when doing the above every day as a warmup (no resistance, just swinging my leg) And its weird because it only occurs on my right.

    I've had this problem for awhile now, though only now has it really started to bother me.

    I'm not sure if you understand whats going on, though if any of you have had similar problems, any advice would be great.
    6'1 - 195
    Crossfit Total: Press: 135 - Squat: 315 - Deadlift: 365
    Competition Lifts: Clean: 205 - Bench: 205

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    Quote Originally Posted by capn crunch
    My problem is, that any time the movement i'm doing involves moving my leg outwards like this http://exrx.net/AnimatedEx/HipAdduct...pAdduction.gif, i feel a popping going on in my inner hip area (groin)

    It's not like a "crack your nuckles" popping, its like a "pop out of place then pop back in" popping...

    this is ESPECIALLY when doing the above every day as a warmup (no resistance, just swinging my leg) And its weird because it only occurs on my right.
    abduct = moving out from the midline of the body
    adduct = moving in towards the midline of the body

    Q: "It hurts when I do this. So what should I do?"
    A: "Stop doing that!"

    Trying doing light resistance work while warming up rather than swinging your legs w. the muscles relaxed. You can use tubing, do side lunges, calisthenics, or push a plate around on the floor w. your foot to get the area warmed up. Do slow, static stretches after working out or on days-off.

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    i'll do that. thanks sensei!
    6'1 - 195
    Crossfit Total: Press: 135 - Squat: 315 - Deadlift: 365
    Competition Lifts: Clean: 205 - Bench: 205

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