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Upper leg injuries are relatively common amongst runners. They are often caused by periods of sudden increased exercise such as sprinting.

The two main areas are the hamstrings (back of the thigh), that bend the knee and the quadricepts (front of the thigh) that extend the knee. A hamstring pull is likely when stopping sunddenly from a sprint, a sudden pain, muscle spasm and loss of strength will be felt following such a sprain.

Quadricepts strains are common when kicking a ball, such as a football, long distances. Again, sudden pain, muscle spasm and loss of strength are common with quads strains.


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