A sharp pain at the back of your thigh when you jump, run, bend, or climb could signal a pulled hamstring. Hamstring injuries are divided into three grades of severity. Grade 1 injury symptoms include pain, tenderness, and some swelling but movement is usually normal. A grade 2 injury leaves you with pain, tenderness, and weakness along with bruises and swelling. A grade 3 injury is severe and the sharp pain and swelling may begin almost simultaneously.
Injury during workout happens when we don’t follow proper postures and alignments and stress ourselves against our limits, either gradually or explosively. According to our flexibility and strengthen, our muscles, ligaments, and tendons can take only limited strain and pressure. Here are 7 common weight lifting injuries that are an outcome[.....]
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