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    have a shin splint

    anyone ever had one? whats best to do about it. I am in my cutting phase and running on the treadmill almost everyday but its hard to run with a shin splint. hopefully it won't hinder my results
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    Originally Posted by netsim
    anyone ever had one? whats best to do about it. I am in my cutting phase and running on the treadmill almost everyday but its hard to run with a shin splint. hopefully it won't hinder my results
    Splints come from not strengthening the muscle that runs along the shin, and your calf overpowering it. Its like back pain because your abs arn't strong enough.

    You need to ice them for a good 15 minutes a day, and google shin splints for some exericses you can do to help get rid of them. Usually you just have to take it easy on the splints til they ease up, or it can get really bad. Also make sure to stretch your calves ALOT.

    I had them when I ran track, and got rid of them by simply stretching every morning and night, doing some exercises, and taking it easy(er) on the calves for a week or two.
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    Your arches might be out of wack. After suffering with them for a year, I finally went to a specialist and he made me special insoles for my shoes to give proper support.
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