Anonymous
indoor running
February 15, 2005 02:29PM
What are some things that you do for that early stage of preseason conditioning. Running in the halls seems to produce shin splints over the years for my runners. What are some things that you've found to help prevent shin splints.

Thanks in advance

Randy Bolton
Clarke Girls Track Coach
nate.landas
indoor running
February 16, 2005 10:30AM
Shin splints result from too much running, too soon, and sometimes from hard surfaces. Here are a couple of suggestions:

1. Good shoes are important (shoes with good support and cushoning).
2. Running in place on a high jump pit will not only help to rid shin splints, but will help conditioning too. Workouts on the high jump pit can repeat 30 or 60 second runs. These may also be longer, lasting several minutes.

Feel free to contact us with further questions. We'll be happy to help you in any way.

Thanks!
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