But tightness can also be caused by overstretching. Tightness in the gastroc usually results when the muscle has been stretched too repetitively or too vigorously.
verb (used with object), ham·strung, ham·string·ing. to disable by cutting the hamstring or hamstrings; cripple. to render powerless or useless; thwart: Their efforts were hamstrung by stubborn pride.
the joint bending backward in the hind leg of a horse, ox, etc., corresponding to the human ankle. the corresponding joint in the leg of a fowl.
Hind leg stretches
Start by picking up the hind leg as if you were picking out the hoof, gently extend the leg back and down. DO NOT FORCE THIS STRETCH OR YOU WILL STRAIN THE HOCK OR STIFLE. Sometimes the horse will stretch the leg back themselves and that is great.
Use. Hamstringing is used primarily to incapacitate a human or animal and render them incapable of effective movement. The severing of the hamstring muscles results not only in the crippling of the leg, but also in pain.
Luckily, minor to moderate hamstring strains usually heal on their own. You just need to give them some time. To speed the healing, you can: Rest the leg.
adj arousing desire or expectation for something unattainable or mockingly out of reach. Synonyms: tantalizing inviting. attractive and tempting.
In the case of a pig, the word hock is more commonly used to describe a cut of meat from the animal’s leg — a “ham hock.” When hock is a verb, it usually means “pawn,” or “leave an item in return for a loan of money.” …