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May 6, 2007
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: pulled leg muscles

hey i just wanted to say that Im glad this site was available. I play for a co-ed team, im 37 (f), and today at our scrimmage game I apparently pulled my quad muscle. It was my fault for not stretching out prior and I was put into L field and ran my ass off as we all know thats where most balls go and boy them guys sure can hit. anyway i felt something starting to burn in my leg and tried to stretch in between batters. when we went in i was 2nd batter up and u have to run quick when men are throwing to get you out and half way to 1st base i felt as if someone snapped a rubber band in my leg and the burning was horrible. i made it to the base, safe :) , but could not even put my leg down to walk. nevr felt anything like it. i got so many different treatments to do i didnt know which was right or where to begin. thanks to this site that came up i have a better idea of what to do for the future to prevent this from happening again. everyone had some great advice!!!
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