7 Tips for Quick Recovery from Injuries

Another Ask EricWongMMA segment is officially in the books.

This was week 4 and I kinda like doing these as I know I’m putting out content that YOU want to see.

If you have a question, you can go here to ask me.

Otherwise, check out the video below:

 

If you have any questions specifically about this video, then you can definitely ask me in the Comments section below. 

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I’m out – PEACE!

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Tim martin

Nice video man. I pulled a muscle in my hip during a striking class a few weeks back and it is still lingering. I have a kickboxing match coming up near the end of next month and I am starting to get a bit worried. It has gotten to the point now where I can do some light/moderate boxing, but, I am yet to be able to kick without it hurting. I do however feel like it could be close to healed right now because I went to JJ class last night and it was the first tome I was able to roll in about 3 weeks, pain free. Although, after class when my muscles started cooling down, there was a little bit of pain, but, it quickly faded. The fight is about 5 1/2 weeks away, so, I am going to put all 7 tips into play asap. I… Read more »

Josh
Josh

Hahahahahaha…you remind me of a Predator creature from the movies when you pull out your spine model! Great video!

Cork-boi
Cork-boi

great post, wish I knew this stuff before. keep it up

Patrick
Patrick

You just destroyed my go-to response; stretching. (In a good way, that is.)

By the way, is light stretching something to be avoided too? Like, super-light stretching that are just lingering on the end of the muscles ROM and not pushing to extend the ROM?

-P