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The Only Guide You Need to Beat Shin Splints Forever

How I went from serious injury to running sub-2-hour half marathons

Photo by Rob Wilson on Unsplash

If you’re a runner, you already know that the risk of injury is part of what we do.

We deal with that dull throb in our left hamstring that vanishes soon after warming up. We feel the aches in our hip-flexors after a long run. Foam…




Runner's Life is a publication for advice and stories from the intersection of running and life. By runners, for runners.

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