Upper hamstring tears in basketball can definitely be repaired, so long as you have access to a flat surface. Find out about upper hamstring tears in basketball with help from a nationally certified fitness trainer in this free video clip.
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Hello, everybody. My name is John Lewis. Today, we’re going to be talking about how to repair a hamstring injury most likely one caused by basketball. We’re going to do this so that we can get you back on the court and back into the game. In order to repair the hamstring, what you’re going to need is a flat surface. You’re going to lay down flat on that surface, bend your knee up, put your heel on the ground and flex your toe. You’re going to do this for about 10 to 20 reps and then you’re going to take a 30 second rest and repeat five more times. You want to do this five days a week. This way it will help repair the injury that you have and get you right back on the court.