I strained my adductor squatting about 6 weeks ago. I’ve been dealing with a hip shift to the right in my squat, which loaded up the right adductor thus causing the strain.
Have been working with my sports PT and found out I have zero IR in my left hip. I flat out have shitty hip mobility all around, so have been working on mobilizing and strengthening the hip flexors and general hips.
10+ years of squatting and not paying enough attention to good movement is the culprit. The little muscles, stabilizers, are so important in the long run. I used to be a big believer in specificity trumps all. If I could only squat, bench and DL I would bc I enjoy training them and get so much from them physique wise…but I get injured. I’ve been rebuilding for a few years, reversing everything I created. But finally I know positions and when I hurt I know why.
Perhaps there’s nothing wrong with your movement. Your adductors will hopefully simply acclimate to whatever the new stressor is. Something has changed to cause this, it’s acute right?
Got a vid of your squat?
Anything change in your training/recovery over the past couple months?