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Shin splints are very common. They are the cause of 15% of all running injuries. Runners might get them after ramping up their workout intensity or changing the surface they run on. Shifting from a dirt path to asphalt is an excellent example. Shin splints are also common in dancers.

Shin splints occur during physical activity and result from too much force being placed on your shin bone and connective tissues that attach your muscles to the bone. Shin splints are common in runners and in those who participate in activities with sudden stops and starts, such as basketball, soccer or tennis.

The "relative rest" approach includes a change in the workout, ice, rest, anti-inflammation medications, stretching exercises, possible change in footwear and gradual increase in running activities. Including the FLEX-N-GO Board in your daily activities will give you the best all-around stretch in your calves, Achilles tendon and plantar fascia. Stretching a few minutes, 2-4 times a day, you will be amazed at the relief, as well as prevention of future occurrences with continued use of your FLEX-N-GO Board.

Suffer no longer - Get your own Flex-N-Go Board today!

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FLEX-N-GO Board
FLEX-N-GO Board
Price: $69.99

Each board is Handcrafted in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Western North Carolina, The FLEX-N-GO Board is a stretch board, also known as a heel cord box. We build our quality boards at a 25 degree angle to equip you with a tool that will provide you with years of lower leg flexibility.

These boards come with a 30 day money back guarantee as well as a life time warranty on craftsmanship. Please feel free to read a few of our testimonials or even better, leave one of your own.

We would love to hear about your occupation, sport or physical activity and how the board has help you, a family member or even a friend.