RynMan wrote:Lofunzo wrote:I will assume that this is directed towards me. Like with many muscle ailments, it tends to tighten up during inactivity. Once I move around a bit, it still bothers me but seems to loosen up.
Yeah sorry Lo, should have mentioned I was referring to you not Mad. But yes that makes more sense....if it hurts after you get up from sitting down, that would suggest hamstring. If it isn't settling down it could be a grade 2 tear. In which case best to see a physio.
UPDATE: I reinjured it much worse than originally. I was at a party last night and they got this cool hude waterslide. I was running from across the street and really tearing it up nicely. Anyway, my last attempt, I wanted some extra liftoff and when I jumped, I felt a pop and I haven't been able to move too well ever since. I think that I might need to go see a doctor.