Did you know that 10% to 15% of running injuries are shin splints? People with flat feet are especially prone to shin splints. Having poor form, such as leaning forward or backward too much, as well as landing on the balls of your feet and running with toes pointing outwards all contribute to the causation of shin splints too?
If you’ve ever suffered from this kind of injury you’ll know how painful they can be. And to the newbie runners, it is wise to be well-informed about this running injury to prevent from suffering from shin splints. The good news is it’s pretty easy to correct the underlying problems and the resulting improvements are immediate and permanent... Once you understand the underlying problems that cause this in your body, treating them will become your first priority.
Know more about the causes of shin splints, how to prevent and treat it. Shin Splints Causes and Treatment
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