Need help!!i did squats without warm up nd my knee is hurting!!

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29 Posts
Jan 3, 2014 12:15pm
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Pls help me about this!what could be d possbl damage??

03 Jan
See a physical therapist ASAP
03 Jan
Until then ice it and keep it elevated.
03 Jan
Always stretch before and after a workout drink plenty of water during the workout and warm up your body slowly before exercising seriously.
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39 Posts
Jan 3, 2014 2:11pm
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Likw Di W said, use the RICE method:

Rest
Ice
Compress
Elevate

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72 Posts
Jan 3, 2014 2:43pm
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Hi mate, in future don't go so hard on your body, make sure you warm up before a workout warm up by moving around jogging on the spot and star jumps and get the blood pumping... Then do stretches after that, then do a work out.. But don't go overboard on your body, if your hurting on a squat don't go down as far or do them abit slower.

GOODLUCK :)
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Jan 3, 2014 2:57pm
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Dont ice it lol. Is it a muscle problem or ur knee bone?

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29 Posts
Jan 3, 2014 3:21pm
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Thanks everyone! for their support!

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29 Posts
Jan 3, 2014 3:27pm
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Are chances of any bone problem?..or just some ligament overstretch??

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Jan 3, 2014 9:15pm
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Just warm up using a generel warmup like running or rowing. Then warm up with bodyweight squats (10 should be fine) and make sure your form is good. If your knee hurts you probably used bad form.
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Jan 3, 2014 11:21pm
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I never warm up for squats to be honest, I found my knees only hurt when I first started out and my form was bad, so maybe it's your form? Don't let your knees for past your toes.

04 Jan
Lol. Seriously that for sure is NOT you main concern while squatting.
04 Jan
Don't really get what's so funny? Was only trying to help :-\
04 Jan
Haha sorry. Its just that i hear that so much while its not a que that holds so much truth. You can have great technique with ur knees going over the toes.
04 Jan
I'm only a beginner and everyone keeps telling me don't go over your toes, so I assumed it was the key to good technique lol
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