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Do you work out your hamstrings


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Excerpt: I had a question to ask you if you worked out your hamstrings. My hamstrings are extremely tight and sometimes I feel like I can't even bend my leg in a straight Direction up in the air. Is that because my hamstrings are too strong and I have an imbalance or is it because I like flexibility. Do you think I should stop training my hamstrings for a while

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    Do you work out your hamstrings

    I had a question to ask you if you worked out your hamstrings. My hamstrings are extremely tight and sometimes I feel like I can't even bend my leg in a straight Direction up in the air. Is that because my hamstrings are too strong and I have an imbalance or is it because I like flexibility. Do you think I should stop training my hamstrings for a while

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    Re: Do you work out your hamstrings

    I on occasion isolate them but your hammies get a lot of work when you do regular leg lifts and i have the same problem. my hammies are extremely strong and immobile. you need to be stretching and doing yoga
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    Re: Do you work out your hamstrings

    I stretch and work my hamstrings at least 2 times per week, hammie curl machine is good but you have to go slow and squeeze

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    Re: Do you work out your hamstrings

    bro yo hammies supposed to be tight as fuck, you gotta loosen up. get yo biatch to massage them up with hot oil

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    Re: Do you work out your hamstrings

    Quote Quote posted by Warrenw View Post
    I had a question to ask you if you worked out your hamstrings. My hamstrings are extremely tight and sometimes I feel like I can't even bend my leg in a straight Direction up in the air. Is that because my hamstrings are too strong and I have an imbalance or is it because I like flexibility. Do you think I should stop training my hamstrings for a while

    You've tight hamstrings. Do some stretching and foam rolling and see how it goes...

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    Re: Do you work out your hamstrings

    Quote Quote posted by Warrenw View Post
    I had a question to ask you if you worked out your hamstrings. My hamstrings are extremely tight and sometimes I feel like I can't even bend my leg in a straight Direction up in the air. Is that because my hamstrings are too strong and I have an imbalance or is it because I like flexibility. Do you think I should stop training my hamstrings for a while
    No. Stretch more.

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    Re: Do you work out your hamstrings

    This is more of a flexibility issue. Stretch them daily, and when I say stretch them, spend a good 10-15mins in a deep stretch (obviously not in one go). People who stretch for 1-2mins per body part arenít achieving anything.


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    Re: Do you work out your hamstrings

    Need to warm up and stretch before working hamstrings, reduce weight until feel better

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    Re: Do you work out your hamstrings

    Stretching will help tremendously with this

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    warm up properly before, stretch after
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