Your groin muscles are an important part of everyday movement and help to control hip motion. Hip adductor or groin rehab is often overlooked but important for any side to side or rotational movements. If your body is not prepared for these movements you could set yourself up for a groin strain. If you have an injury you need to start by reloading it gradually and perform short hold time stretches to let the tissue heal up. This program goes through some simple progression and exercises to get your groin strain back to normal. Progressing too quickly especially with the Copenhagen planks can set you back.

With these injuries you also need to perform hip flexor and hip abductor exercises to make sure that you do not have a re-injury. As always consistency is key with groin issues, for reloading less is more and make sure you use the progressions.

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