How to fix your Shin Splints
Shin Splints Pain is a cause pain and disability and are difficult to fix. The MMT is uniquely able to break up the tight fascia in the shin splints that causes many problems and holds people back. The tool produces very strong pressure in the shin splints and so you should put a towel over short option tool to reduce the pressure to start with and then place shins on the tool.
Tight Strong Fascia
The MM tool works very well on loosening up the very tight fascia that normally causes tightness, Shin Splints Pain and disability in the Shin muscles. Use the short option depending on where your problem is. Place a towel over the tool as it does produce a lot of pressure in this area. Reduce the number of layers of towel as you get used to the pressure. Bend and flex your foot to floss the muscle if that feels good. Put the tool under the problem area for a minute or so, if there are no issues slowly increase the amount of time on the tool to make sure your Shin muscles tolerates this pressure.
Release the Shin Splints from their Tight fascia
The fascia in the Shin muscles is so strong it is not a 5-minute job to get the results you want. Experience has shown that excellent results can be achieved if you spend at least 15-30 minutes on the tool, multiple times during the week. You can stretch the Shin muscles in a sideways direction by rotating your foot to one side and moving your body in the same direction. Rock backwards and forwards until you feel the tool on the side of the muscle this will push the muscle in a unique way that cannot be done by other approaches. Shin Splints Pain starts to subside once the tight fascia that surrounds the muscle is loosened and released by multiple sessions on the Mobilization Magic tool
Doing it whilst watching TV or doing other things like reading or working on the laptop makes the time pass quickly. A warm muscle stretches much quicker than a cold one so using a hot pack or having hot bath helps a lot.