I don't know what it is, but every time I have found my rhythm with exercise, I get injured somehow
I've been jogging/running on the treadmill in my house since January, even before quarantine, but when quarantine started I upped my weekly exercise
I went from 3 days a week to 5/6 days a week of 45-minute cardio to an hour, and I was feeling fine!
And then yesterday I was stretching after I did 7 km (4.34 miles), and I felt a muscle pull in my thigh
I took a shower and rested my leg for the afternoon, and put ice on it and everything
It felt a little better when I woke up today, but if yesterday I was at 80% pain, today it's still 30/40%
I get really antsy when I am not allowed to exercise, so I was thinking of going back on the treadmill tomorrow,
but now that I think of it, I don't want my thigh to get worse and prevent me from exercising even longer
How long should I apply ice/try not to do cardio?
(Also, can I walk on the treadmill even if I am like this? Or is even that not allowed?)