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How to fix pain in your patella (below your kneecap) tendon
so for most of this season ive had some mad pain in my patella tendon which is the tendon right below your knee cap connected your kneecap to your shin. so my parents signed me for a couple of sessions with a sports physiotherapist. The trick is to do 30-35sec of stretching almost every night on each of these muscles: hamstrings, quads, hip flexor, glutes (just search on the internet for stretches). so now im good as new and I can almost do sick straight leg dub true noses. I hope this helps some people.
or just blow a fat rail of coke.
STFU AND SKI!
i had the same thing but not so rough
yeah a bunch of my friends have that problem....i think
stretching just about fixes anything
stretch pre-activity aswell
If it aint gorilla it aint steeze
Too Thug to hug.
Quietly ski up behind her in the lift line and deeply smell her neck, followed by a long, kinked, pleasurable exhale, right into her ear. Then introduce yourself. -Tanaka
i can barely move my neck anymore from banging my head so hard and my eyes are red from my hair bashing into it. - Leckett
stretching after a physical work out is almost more important than before the workout, thats what my physiotherapist says.
our skis are our refuge
this is our world
ride it - armaduh
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ya if you do it youll just beable to ski that much longer
I got knowed up on some knee tendons today in my class. I'm considering making a "Be nice to your knees" guide, with some general info about ACL's, MCL's and other common ski related knee injuries, and some info on how to prevent them when you fall.
|| - Rowen
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