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Old 15-05-20, 12:30 PM   #17
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I never used to stretch but have started to sprain to easily. Before running you should do knee drives, try and get your knees up to your chest and thigh stretches, pulling or kicking your heels up to your bum. Should also do hip rotations, lifting your knee up to waist height and then rotating it forward

All easier said than done when you just want to have a run
Definately, a little warm up and stretching is important, I also take this for my muscles https://www.amazon.com/Natural-Vital.../dp/B00BPUY3W0

Used to get really tight shins during runs, but this helps massively for that.

Regarding tendonitis, don't take ibuprofen and run through it, you don't want to snap that fucker.

Try the stretching excercies Norbs pointed out and even try a small heel insert as well if your shoes don't have enough heel drop.
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