Ah, shin splints. The new runner's nemesis. Sometimes they even affect experienced runners, but anyone who has had them knows how horribly frustrating and painful they can be.
The term shin splints refers to pain in the front of the leg somewhere between the knee and the ankle, along the tibia, also known as the shin bone. This condition can sideline runners for days, weeks, or months if not treated properly.
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