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The hammy that won’t heal


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4 minutes ago, layzie said:

All that running training the week after the Port game is looking like a master-stroke..

I did a heap of hammies and some really bad ones, but after 5 weeks there should be little soreness unless you have nigh on torn it off the bone or it’s tendon related. (This is only my experience, I ain’t no doc/pyshio etc etc)

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Hmmmm  🤔🤔🤔

Something nqr about all of this.

Firstly, get better Clarry.

Secondly...may the universe clarify the b.s.  😉

 

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22 minutes ago, Demons11 said:

All players rehab hammies by running the following week 

I don't think so, especially if it's still sore. 

Strength training and isometric stretching would usually be first to get the muscle back up to scratch then gradual stride through running as the next step. They may do some gentle jogging if there was no pain, the inflammation has to go down first.

 

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Threw a pineapple on him for Charlie back early April paying $8. 
 

not pretty

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1 hour ago, Gorgoroth said:

I did a heap of hammies and some really bad ones, but after 5 weeks there should be little soreness unless you have nigh on torn it off the bone or it’s tendon related. (This is only my experience, I ain’t no doc/pyshio etc etc)

Me too Gorg, compared to other muscles it generally heals quite well if you do all the right things, torn quads on the other hand... I can still feel that one 

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5 minutes ago, layzie said:

I don't think so, especially if it's still sore. 

Strength training and isometric stretching would usually be first to get the muscle back up to scratch then gradual stride through running as the next step. They may do some gentle jogging if there was no pain, the inflammation has to go down first.

 

New standards have players running the following week 

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1 hour ago, Demons11 said:

All players rehab hammies by running the following week 

 

46 minutes ago, dazzledavey36 said:

No they don't.

 

15 minutes ago, Demons11 said:

Track any player doing hammies in the AFL and they will be doing some form of running within a week 

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28 minutes ago, layzie said:

I don't think so, especially if it's still sore. 

Strength training and isometric stretching would usually be first to get the muscle back up to scratch then gradual stride through running as the next step. They may do some gentle jogging if there was no pain, the inflammation has to go down first.

 

I have had hammy issues for many years now and see an osteo ongoing that works at Essendon.  After a hamstring injury it’s natural to have pain whilst running and he has informed me that treatment for a professional athlete will have them running in a week. 

I would also full faith in the Dees strength and conditioning having more knowledge than all of us.

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2 minutes ago, Demons11 said:

I have hammy issues for many years now and see an osteo ongoing that works at Essendon.  After a hamstring injury it’s natural to have pain whilst running 

Yeah so that's where you actually stop running.....

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1 minute ago, dazzledavey36 said:

Yeah so that's where you actually stop running.....

Sprints?

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1 minute ago, rjay said:

mmm

He said osteo

Not Oreo 

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I think I just outed myself for feeling hungry right now.
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10 minutes ago, Demons11 said:

I have had hammy issues for many years now and see an osteo ongoing that works at Essendon.  After a hamstring injury it’s natural to have pain whilst running and he has informed me that treatment for a professional athlete will have them running in a week. 

I would also full faith in the Dees strength and conditioning having more knowledge than all of us.

Sorry, but I'm not trusting an osteopath with this stuff.

I did many a hammy and they were never sore when I got back to running, that's the problem.

As soon as you start to stretch out to full pace, no warning, they go.

You have to ease back into it.

My observation from afar...Clarry was running too hard too soon.

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8 minutes ago, rjay said:

Sorry, but I'm not trusting an osteopath with this stuff.

I did many a hammy and they were never sore when I got back to running, that's the problem.

As soon as you start to stretch out to full pace, no warning, they go.

You have to ease back into it.

My observation from afar...Clarry was running too hard too soon.

no offence but you watching a clip on the Dees website or on the news hardly gives you grounds to make an informed assessment on how hard someone is running.  As already mentioned I would say the strength and conditioning team at Melbourne would be more equipped to deal with it and understand what a player can and can’t do. 
 

Anyway I’m out of this conversation as we can go around in circles all night.  Enjoy your weekend and let’s hope Clarry is back sooner rather than later 

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