In some ways my leg is much better, and in others it seems much worse. What I know is that I now have to train not to hurt it. Thinking I could resume running sleds at 20% yesterday only to get slapped down to under 5%. That was a discouraging wake up call. But the rule is, stay under the pain threshold and it will get better quickly.
This is not a hamstring because I can lift heavy and feel nothing. It's not the groin or the quad, it's a little muscle on the inside of the leg. The last time I had this little ding it went away and I was fine pretty quickly. That only happens if I leave it alone or stay under the pain threshold.
As my orthopedic surgeon used to say, "Bone heals in 8-10 weeks, so if a soft tissue injury takes longer than that then you just flat aren't letting it heal". Message received. Have a great day and thanks for coming by! Bubba
From the super group, Black Country Communion - "Great Divide" - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ocgO6iSiU3g Glenn Hughes from Deep Purple, Jason Bonham and the great Joe Bonamassa on guitar.