Off the bat, I’m only 20 yrs old and have decided to write in this forum b/c I feel that the over 35 lifters can give me the most helpful info. since older lifters are more knowledgeable about taking care of themselves and their joints and aren’t young jackasses like myself who tend to be reckless.
I’ve been getting pain on my left hip (around the area of my hip flexors) whenever I raise my left hip (think of doing “fire hydrants” when standing). It’s a burning pain. The pain began when I accelerated too fast (aka not enough control) on my descent in the squat. I’ve been doing foam rolling work on my hip flexors, glute bridges & clams for ~1 month along w/ prehab work for the rest of my body.
It’s getting better little by little. Just wanted to know if anyone gotten into the type of injury I’ve been through? OR if anybody has any suggestions or any exercises for my hip rehab that will speed up recovery.
Any information would be helpful, thanks
P.S. - my hip “clicks”, who the hell’s hips click when you rotate it?!