Acute hamstring injuries are typically seen in runners, sprinters, and jumpers. Recent research studies have been conducted to discover an effective rehabilitation program to reduce the time to return to sport and the likelihood of re-injury to the hamstrings. According to research, exercises focusing on the lengthening of the hamstring appears to be most effective from a rehabilitation standpoint than conventional hamstring exercises. These exercises were to proven to promote a quicker return to activity/sport. The following exercises were considered to be the most effective.
single leg bridges
hip hinge with overhead press