Shin Splints refers to the pain that occurs on the front outside part of your lower leg. This often occurs when your legs are overworked.
Protect yourself by strengthening your feet, ankles, calves, and hips, which support your shins.
Try these exercises after a run. Do three sets of ten reps.
Stand with feet hip-width apart at the edge of a towel. With the toes of your right foot, gather the towel and slowly pull it toward you. Return to start and repeat with the other foot.
Stand on your toes on the edge of a step. Shift your weight to your right leg, take your left foot off the step, and lower your right heel down. Return to start, and then repeat with your left leg.
Lie on your back with your arms out to the sides, knees bent, and feet flat on the floor. Squeeze your glutes to lift your hips up off the floor. Extend your right leg out and hold for thirty seconds then lower it. Repeat with your other leg.
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