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Old     (skiboarder)      Join Date: Oct 2006       02-14-2020, 2:38 AM Reply   
I tore an ACL back in August and had it repaired. Last month I stared kooking around on the wakeboard (55ft @20mph, no weight) and long boarding in the ocean. We got a nice swell (for Texas) a few weeks ago so I hopped on the shortboard for several waves. The waves held-out, but my arms didn't so I grabbed my 7-0 to catch a few more. Long story short, I tried to force my longboard around like my shortboard, my front foot slipped and I got folded in half.

I tore my hamstring. Not bad enough to show up on an X-ray, but the doc said it was definitely torn. The pain is where it attaches to my pelvis up under my butt cheek.

3 weeks out and it feels a lot better, but one wrong move and it hits me like a shock and my flexibility has gone to crap. Does anyone have any good training/stretching/rehab protocol so that when I am finally good to go I am not too far behind the 8-ball for the season? My doc just said stay off of it for 4-8 weeks....

 
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