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How to Avoid Shin Splints
How to Avoid Shin Splints

What Are Shin Splints? Shin splints is a condition that is most often affected in runners and is also known as Shin medial tibial stress syndrome, which is a common ache in the muscle. Typically, runners are affected by this the most due to incorrectly prepping the body ...

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