It’s the Achilles’ tendon.
And if you think your hip is the Achilles tendon, you’re wrong.
If you have any type of Achilles’ tear, it can be traced to an injury to the joint’s weak link, the hamstrings.
But not all Achilles’ tears are the same.
If your Achilles’ is broken, you’ll likely need a specialist.
The pain, which you can feel and feel but can’t quite explain, can be caused by your hip flexors, the muscle that controls your lower body.
When you flex your hip, the hip flexor muscles pull in on the tendon and twist it, creating a weak, twisted tendon.
This causes a painful, stretched, twisted ligament called the femoral head.
But the femur is not the Achilles, and it’s not your weak point.
It’s more like a tibia, the bone that sits just behind your hip.
The tibia’s strength and power is what allows your hip to bend forward, forward and sideways.
The femoral heads are also what flex the femurs so much that when they’re in a straight line, they’re strong enough to pull in your femoral shaft and bend it, which is what causes your hamstring to bend.
In fact, a hamstring injury is so common that it’s almost a myth.
But it’s true.
Here’s how it works: When your hamstring is strong enough, you can bend your hip forward by twisting it in the opposite direction.
If it’s weak, you don’t have the strength to do that.
And the hamstring is the muscle you’re most likely to tear.
And it’s that hamstring that causes the pain you feel.
You can break your hamstring in a number of ways, including through a bad workout, a bad position, and a bad training program.
The hamstrings are also the weakest link on your body.
This weak link in your hips and lower legs helps you to stabilize your body during movement and prevents you from getting knocked out when you fall over.
So what happens when you lose your hamstrings?
The best way to prevent hamstring injuries is to keep strengthening the hamstring, which means training it regularly, especially in conjunction with strengthening the other muscles of your body, such as your core and lower back.
If the hamstring isn’t strengthening, it’s probably because you’ve put too much stress on the muscles that control the hip and knee joint.
This stress can cause pain in the muscles involved in hip flexion, which can contribute to your injury.
When hamstrings contract, the muscles of the hips and knees flex, allowing the hamstrung knee to bend in the same way the ham-string flexes.
When the ham struts are weak, they often allow the knee to swing forward.
And when this happens, the knee can move forward, potentially damaging the ligaments that connect the knee and hip joint.
And because the knee doesn’t have enough weight on it, it has less stability when it bends.
In addition to weakening your hamstruts, this can also be a problem if you have a lot of weight on your hip and your lower back, which in turn can make it easier for your hamstring muscles to twist.
If that’s the case, you might not be able to bend your knee as easily.
And as your hamstring gets weaker, your hip can become weaker as well, making it harder for your knee to stabilize.
This can cause hip and lower-back injuries, which are often the leading causes of hamstring injuries.
So if your hip hurts or your knee hurts, the next step is to take some extra care and strengthen your hip muscles.
There are a number ways you can do this.
The first is by training the muscles at the level that they’re used to.
You might be able at first to do this by stretching your hamstring with a band.
This stretches the ham muscles and helps them to relax.
This also increases the strength of your ham muscles, so you can use it to lift heavy objects or to keep your knees from going forward.
It also can strengthen the muscles around your knee joint, which makes it more likely that the knee will bend when you bend it.
But if your ham is weak and you’re doing exercises that put too little stress on your ham, it might be time to take your ham and stretch it with a foam roller.
Another option is by doing hamstring exercises in a seated position.
You should have the ham flexed over your back and shoulders, with the hips just behind you.
This position is much easier to do than one that’s horizontal.
You’ll be able, for example, to push yourself back up with your knee by sitting on the floor, and the muscles will be stronger.
But this isn’t always possible.
If hamstrings aren’t strong enough and you don,t have the support of your lower-body, this is a very bad idea