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Strength Training with Shin Splints – All You Need To Know

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Whether you can or cant partake in strength training with shin splints is a common question. Shin splints, formally called medial tibial stress syndrome, are highly painful and can come on with no warning. The cause of the pain is stress to the shinbone and its connective tissues. Unfortunately, this is a common problem that can happen to just about anyone. Shin splints may occur for the following reasons. Flat feet are a common source of shin splints. A person who does not have an adequate arch may find the impact of their steps to be more than they should. If your foot arches collapse, this is called overpronation. Another common cause of shin splints is wearing ill-fitting shoes. You need a shoe with an overall good fit and plenty of support, especially if you are running or participating in weight lifting. If you do not stretch and warm up enough before exercising, you can also experience shin splints. These will especially occur when running. If your core muscles or leg and ankle muscles are weak, they make you more susceptible to shin splints.
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