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    Default Heel Hook and Ankle Lock - Need Rehab for this

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    At a bjj tournament. Got heel hooked and ankle locked.

    Tapped quickly but still hurt.

    Squats don't really train the area affected so Starr Rehab does not seem to work for this particular injury.

    I'm wondering if any other bjj people on here have had this and what you did to rehab.

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    I wish there was a way to retract and delete the Starr Rehab thing, because you people are incapable of understanding when to use it.

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    What actually got hurt? Can you walk?
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    Quote Originally Posted by AndrewLewis View Post
    What actually got hurt? Can you walk?
    Yes, I can walk.

    Ankle feels like jelly sort of is the best way to describe it.

    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Rippetoe View Post
    I wish there was a way to retract and delete the Starr Rehab thing, because you people are incapable of understanding when to use it.
    I understand it is for muscle belly injuries if that is what you are referencing.

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    Did you try to work up to a heavy set of squats? If so, what happened? Did the pain get worse and worse? Did it just feel bad?

    You need to add weight and see what you can manage, not just do the bar for sets of 20.
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    Quote Originally Posted by novicejay View Post
    I understand it is for muscle belly injuries if that is what you are referencing.
    So then, why consider it in this instance?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AndrewLewis View Post
    Did you try to work up to a heavy set of squats? If so, what happened? Did the pain get worse and worse? Did it just feel bad?

    You need to add weight and see what you can manage, not just do the bar for sets of 20.
    I can squat and can squat heavy. It doesn't seem to hit the right area.

    Doing some ankle rehab things I found on youtube but I thought it would be better healed by now so I asked here to see if someone else had it before.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Satch12879 View Post
    So then, why consider it in this instance?
    1. Lifting can change the density of bone so it can't hurt.
    2. It is better than sitting around doing nothing.

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    So then you really donít know what itís used for or how it can exacerbate other conditions.

    Carry on, then.

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    Quote Originally Posted by novicejay View Post
    I can squat and can squat heavy. It doesn't seem to hit the right area.
    I don't see what the problem is then. The compression from the load is going to positively affect the healing of the injured site especially if it doesn't hurt to do so.
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