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Stand with your hands against a wall or the back of a chair for support. Put one foot behind you. Keep your feet flat and pointed straight ahead. Bend your front knee slightly. With your back heel down, bend your back knee. If it’s too hard to keep your heel down, shorten your stride. Hold the stretch for at least 30 seconds.How often should you do stretches for shin splints?
Stretching the front of the lower leg can help as well. But you don’t have to spend hours every week to prevent shin splints. In fact, just taking 10–15 minutes per day on a regular basis should help. But if you think you have shin splints, be sure to reach out to a physical therapist for a proper diagnosis and treatment plan.How can strengthening exercises help with shin splints?
There’s evidence that suggests stretching the muscles in the lower leg can significantly help prevent shin splints. This includes the gastrocnemius (aka the calf), which is the large muscle on the back of your lower leg, and the soleus, which is the smaller muscle that lays underneath it. Stretching the front of the lower leg can help as well.