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Shin Strengthening Exercises: Prevent Most Lower Leg Injuries

shin strengthening exercisesRunners and shin splints go together like peanut butter and jelly. But does that have to be the case? Is there something that you can do to prevent lower leg injuries that will also increase strength, stamina, and agility? Shin strengthening exercises, such as resistance dorsiflexion exercise, have long been touted as the best prevention for shin splints and other conditions that can impact the lower legs. Unfortunately, these exercises can be challenging to do correctly without the aid of a trainer or physical therapist, so many sports enthusiasts are unable to take advantage of them fully.

ShinTekk is a patented strength training tool that you can use to correctly perform this exercise and maximize its benefits as a runner. However, ShinTekk is not just for runners. It is used by casual sports participants, weekend ballplayers, morning joggers, and professional athletes alike. Resistance dorsiflexion exercise is beneficial to hockey players, dancers, cyclists, and runners because of its unique ability to prevent lower leg injuries like shin splints. Fun and easy to use, in just minutes each day, you can perform shin strengthening exercises designed to help prevent injury and increase ability in your desired sport.

Why Do Lower Leg Injuries Happen?

There used to be a lot of confusion between lower leg injuries like medial tibial stress syndrome, otherwise known as shin splints, and other common issues, such as tibial stress fractures and stress reactions. However, today, most medical professionals agree that many of these injuries are related and on the same spectrum of bone injuries. Advanced medical imaging studies have proven these theories and have helped practitioners to help runners and other athletes to not just recover from these problems but to prevent lower leg injuries as well. Repeated stress to the bone during activities that rely heavily on the lower legs, impact with the ground, improper footwear, and other factors can all play a role.

In addition to learning more about running surfaces, footwear, and proper warm-ups before activities, shin strengthening exercises have been proven to help. Healing for shin splints and other lower leg injuries can take weeks or months, depending on the extent of the damage. Resistance dorsiflexion exercise is a proven technique used by physical therapists for recovery and prevention. However, for those who want to do this exercise at home, it can be challenging to achieve. Perform it incorrectly, and it won’t do you any good, but it can also lead to other sidelining injuries due to improper form. The ShinTekk device was created to provide runners and other athletes with a strength training tool that they can use anywhere to achieve their goals and prevent lower leg injuries from happening.

How the ShinTekk Device Works

The only strength training tool and rehabilitation device explicitly designed to target the lower legs, ShinTekk incorporates the proven physical therapy technique of resistance dorsiflexion exercise to engage every muscle, ligament, and tendon area of the lower legs. Continued use can prevent lower leg injuries and also provide other beneficial side effects. Boosted performance, increased agility, improved circulation, and flexibility – these are just some of the benefits associated with performing these shin strengthening exercises. If you want a more balanced performance and are active in a sport that relies heavily on the lower legs, consider investing in the ShinTekk device.

In just minutes a day, you can overcome biomechanical imbalances, avoid sidelining injuries, and rapidly build strength in every muscle group from the anklet to the knee. Athletes and fitness enthusiasts aren’t the only ones who can benefit from the ShinTekk device. It has been proven that individuals over the age of 50 rapidly lose muscle mass, which can make them more prone to injuries. Using the ShinTekk shin strengthening exercises can help to keep muscles strong and protect against dangerous strains, sprains, and breaks as we age. Simply slide your foot under the U-bar and lift your toes upward at the ankle, keeping your heel planted firmly on the base. You can switch out resistance bungees as you achieve the next level of strength and can use the ShinTekk device anywhere.

Ready to Get Started?

Is it time to take your game to the next level? Are you ready to prevent lower leg injuries while increasing strength, stamina, and endurance? The ShinTekk device is more affordable than you think, and we currently offer FREE SHIPPING for all devices on our website. Visit our ONLINE STORE to see our full line-up of ShinTekk packs to find the solution that best suits your needs.

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