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Old 11-15-2013, 09:59 AM   #5
Gene Dushin
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Your shins/calves are getting used to the movement. You also want to make sure you're landing the front foot with a vertical shin. Remember, the force you exert on the ground, the ground exerts that same force back. I'm talking from experience because I've had some knee/shin pain when I first started to split jerk.

The squats shouldn't be causing this issue. But I could be missing something.
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