Exercise to Help A Groin Pull
Groin pulls can heal slowly at times but there is always something you can do. When you injure your groin it is often the inside of the thigh and it can often affect the Adductor group of muscles. These muscles are responsible for adduction of the hip.
This exercise is great because you don’t need much. Just a bench or chair. Here you place your leg on a chair and then concentrically contract the muscle to raise the leg. From here you slowly lower the leg. This is the eccentric or negative part of the exercise and really helps to strengthen the tendons. Repeating several reps with a few sets will help strengthen the hip and groin over time.