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Valga : Estonia | May 02, 2012 at 2:26 AM PDT
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How to Do a Standing Shin Stretch

Who wears high shoe's toes, leads to thickening of calves muscles, low side in thin.That you can to fight, doing for stretching,relaxing exercises and four-hour not wear high toe's shoes and very effectively of calf's sittings,feet not move and buttocks touching to shin.



Legs put on spring to 5 cm, supporting for chair s wall, two times training every day with five min resting. In weak display of an internal head of triceps shin, thus she from internal side is flat, thus bend big finger's legs, leads feet to be inside. Resistance of that move hands doings or feet of other legs to 10 times for five series.



In thin shin and you need in a size increase, thus train from a following poses.



1.Rise on toes, supporting for wall chair, four series for and 12 times.



2.Same stay on one leg.



3. Stay on low step of gymnastic ladder or bar for feet floor touching.Rise on toes and return, for three series for six jumps.



4.High jumps, not bending legs, for three series to five jumps, same on other legs.



6.Sit on sofa, legs Streight,on heels wear belt, and end belt keeps in hands, bending feet,stretching toes to itself, press on a belt, in a 2 feet and after one to 10 times.



7.Sit on a chair, support in feet in the wall for 4 sec,streight knees, repeats to five times.



In one train ads of four exercises for shin muscles, alternating with muscle's exercises body and hands.

tselebnik is based in Valga, Valga, Estonia, and is a Stringer on Allvoices.
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