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Fixing stubborn knee pain – the gracilis muscle

25
Jan

Fixing stubborn knee pain – the gracilis muscle


Have you ever had knee pain that wouldn’t go away no matter how much you smashed your quads?

There’s a good chance it’s coming from the adductor muscle group (inner thighs).

Within that group you have a whole bunch of muscles, including one in particular called the gracilis.
This muscle goes from the hip down to the knee, and is a little tricky to mobilize.
You basically have to grab it just under the skin on the inner-most part of the thigh.

Look for knots anywhere from the inside part of the knee joint all the way up to the hip
(right next to your fun bits).

Happy smashing!

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