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9 ways to cure (and prevent) shin splints

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Furman University’s Bill Pierce, chair of the health sciences department, has words of advice when it comes to annoying and painful shin splints. The veteran running coach and co-author of “Run Less, Run Faster” is an advocate for supplementing running with other sorts of training. “Do cross-training instead of running every day with a 3+2 program,” he said. “Three runs and two cross-training sessions gives you five cardiovascular workouts a week.” Get more tips in Men’s Journal.

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