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How involved are the hip flexors in skiing?
I've strained my hip flexor while running track, and my school's trainer says I should sit out from running and soccer for 4-7 days. My plan is to go skiing tomorrow, so my question is how much does skiing work the hip flexors? Is this a bad idea? The trainer called it a grade 1 strain. Feedback from anyone with good knowledge of exercise science/physical fitness is greatly appreciated.
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From my experience I don't think it's super critical. It is very important when skinning. For instance, some seasons I put down a bunch of days on hill, and then after a month or so go out skinning. The skinning really takes a toll on the hip flexor. This also implies that my hip flexor was weak when skinning-->it did not get much strength during regular skiing-->it was not used that much when regular skiing-->you should be all right. Just don't ski super hard right away, and feel it out a little bit. No running for 4-7 days sounds like it wasn't really strained that bad in the first place.
Go for it.
It's a pretty major part of your hip
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its actually pretty important, but as long as you keep your legs together and dont catch an inside edge or anything there is a really low chance of injuring, i.e. carve into your tricks instead of setting a wide stance, I have a wonky hip flexor and that seems to help it.
Any time you want to lift your knee above your hip you're going to be feeling that strain. Last year there was a period where both hip flexors were pulled and skiing was not comfortable. Not to mention that I had to lift my legs with my hands like a goddamn paraplegic to get out of a car.
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i dont know if its my hip flexor or some other part of my hip but sometimes i find it hard to walk but when I ski I cant feel any pain at all. putting on socks really sucks tho
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