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Shin Strengthening Exercises to Prevent Basketball Injuries

Shin Strengthening Exercises to Prevent Injuries in Sports

One of the most common types of injuries experienced by athletes regardless of the sport that they play is shin splints. In fact, basketball players, runners, hockey players, and fitness enthusiasts around the globe have been sidelined by this devastating injury. The pain is sharp and shoots up the leg between the ankle and knee.…

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Resistance Dorsiflexion: Stop Shin Splints & Lower Leg Injuries

Resistance Dorsiflexion Exercise

There are a lot of how-to articles that talk about exercises that can be done to treat shin splints. However, there isn’t a lot that deals with lower leg training to stop shin splints and lower leg injuries from happening in the first place. Stretching and exercise, which includes resistance dorsiflexion exercises, are the two…

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Rehabilitate Shin Splints & Lower Leg Injuries With ShinTekk

Rehabilitate Shin Splints

While there are many different activities that can lead to shin splints, repetitive or cumulative stress seems to be the most common. In most situations, an overload of the soft tissues through repeated impact without proper training, conditioning, or recovery time between workouts is to blame. High energy sports, such as ice hockey, basketball, football,…

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Shin Strengthening Exercises: Lower Leg Strength Over 50

If you are age 50 or older, one of the most important things that you can do for your health and longevity is to focus on lower leg strength. Building up strength in the lower leg area is much more important than most people realize. After the age of 50, people begin to lose muscle…

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Prep for cycling in rain

ShinTekk - cycling in rain Autumn

Few seasons can compare to autumn when it comes to ideal cycling weather, am I right? The cool mornings, the drop in humidity, the changing scenery – even your daily commute looks different as the leaves turn red, orange and yellow. Ring your cycle bell twice if you agree. Yet, into many an autumn, a…

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A Thank You Letter from One of Your Runner’s Shins

A Thank You Letter from One of Your Runners Shins

I don’t usually write notes like this. Mostly, I just do my job and the cheering of the crowd is all the thanks I need. So, why am I writing this thank you letter to you (our athletic trainer) now? Because for the first time in a long time, I feel stronger than I ever…

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Help Your Clients Reach Peak Performance by Strengthening their Weakest Link


Biomechanical Efficiencies can Boost Performance – Reach Peak Performance We now know how essential strength training is for athletes, runners, or anyone that is active. Strong and balanced bodies are more efficient, able to push harder, to run faster, jump higher, and are less likely to suffer “breakdowns” like injuries and pain. Anyone who is…

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Running Without Injuries Reviews ShinTekk

B Goldman using ShinTekk

ShinTekk has been tested and proven by runners and athletes across the country, reporting great results achieved including better performance and the prevention of shin splints and lower leg injuries. Recently, Brian Goldman of Running Without Injuries, an avid runner and blogger, tested ShinTekk. Below is his story and his experience using ShinTekk. In April…

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You’ve Got to Feel the Pain to Fix It!

You’ve Got to Feel the Pain to Fix It!

Feel the Pain How many of us reach into the medicine cabinet after – or even before – training or a workout? There’s those little aches and pains that just always flare up… surely popping some ibuprofen couldn’t hurt. After all, it’s sold over-the-counter so it can’t really do any harm, can it? Yes, it…

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Run with the Pack

While it can be said that all you need to run is a good pair of running shoes and the open road, we are going to make a compelling case here for not going it alone – and recommend joining a running club. AaaaOooo (I’m howling like a wolf!) Reasons to join a running club…

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