hamstring


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Synonyms for hamstring

to restrict the activity or free movement of

Synonyms for hamstring

one of the tendons at the back of the knee

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make ineffective or powerless

cripple by cutting the hamstring

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My experience has been that people rupture a hamstring muscle on the functionally shorter leg (and quads on the longer leg).
Chronic hamstring problems can be the result of leg length differences or pelvic alignment problems, not to mention possible training errors.
Olear is not running her normal 100 and 200 to start because the short sprints would add more stress on her recovering hamstring.
Hamstring injuries can recur and persist and drive a runner crazy.
Stanislas has been sidelined with a hamstring injury and Duff is battling to overcome a dead leg.
He is expected to have a rigorous pregame workout to test his ailing left hamstring.
One group was given minimal hamstring stretching as part of their training.
BIRMINGHAM v BURNLEY Birmingham are without Paul Caddis with a torn hamstring.
One-way analysis of variance showed that hamstring tightness differed significantly across the age groups (p=0.
Injury-plagued David Dunn is to undergo back surgery next week to cure his long-standing hamstring problem.
Craig, an amateur marathon runner, was seen in our clinic two weeks prior to his first marathon, having strained his hamstring during a long run.
The Newcastle United striker played a full 90 minutes for his club in their 1-0 defeat against Bolton Wanderers - and then withdrew from the Wales squad with a hamstring injury.
DEAN Sturridge lasted only two minutes of Derby County's pre-season friendly against CSKA Moscow on Friday night before limping off with a hamstring injury.
Doctors of Chiropractic who provided closed-chain hamstring exercise intervention greatly reduced hamstring injury and associated pains among professional cheerleaders, according to a recent study entitled, "The Effects of a Closed-Chain, Eccentric Training Program on Hamstring Injuries of a Professional Football Cheerleading Team," (Journal of Manipulative and Physiological Therapeutics, March 2011, Vol.
MICHAEL CLARKE fears his career could be over after he sustained yet another hamstring injury in Australia's first-Test victory against India.