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SPARKYSHIV SparkPoints: (7,577)
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5/20/13 3:51 P

Thanks for the link to the article, that was particularly helpful :)
I think I'll try cycling instead for now, but I'll check out some walking routes too :3
Thanks for the help :D

COACH_DENISE Posts: 8,362
5/20/13 3:43 P

Here's an article that we have that has some information on how to deal with shin splints: teens.sparkpeople.com/resource/fitness_art
icles.asp?id=611
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As for continuing to run, I wouldn't advise that at this point. But something that would be safer and better for now is to do walking instead of running because it is low-impact, especially compared to running.

Hope you feel better soon!

Coach Denise

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5/20/13 2:02 P

Recently I've been getting sharp pains in one of my shins, as someone who runs on pavement and who's recently increased their mileage, I'm pretty sure it's shin splints :/

But what do I do about it? It even hurts a little to walk :/ I want to heal it, but keep running, is this possible/safe? My local gym isn't easy to get to and so running is my primary form of exercise, I don't want to have to stop :(

(also, my trainers are already relatively new, I don;t think they need replacing in this instance)

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