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Bodyweight Tibialis Raise

Sharpen leg strength and balance with Bodyweight Tibialis Raises. This easy exercise targets shin muscles, aiding stability, preventing shin splints and boosting endurance. Ideal for runners and athletes. It's performed by lifting toes, with your heels grounded.
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Bodyweight Tibialis Raise instructions
Step-by-step instructions
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Stand up straight, and place your heels on the edge of a raised surface (like a step) so that your toes are hanging off the edge.
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Keeping your body upright, lower your toes down towards the floor as far as possible.
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Pull your toes up as high as they can go, really focusing on flexing the muscles in the front of your shin.
4
Hold at the top for a moment and then lower your toes back down.
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Repeat for the programmed number of reps.
Stand up straight, and place your heels on the edge of a raised surface (like a step) so that your toes are hanging off the edge.
Keeping your body upright, lower your toes down towards the floor as far as possible.
Pull your toes up as high as they can go, really focusing on flexing the muscles in the front of your shin.
Hold at the top for a moment and then lower your toes back down.
Repeat for the programmed number of reps.
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