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The University of Illinois McKinley Health Center mentions these possible causes of shin splints:
- Having an anatomical abnormality, such as unusual position of the knees or flat arches.
- Having weak or inflexible muscles.
- Having low bone density, or a hormonal imbalance.
- Exercising on a hard surface, such as concrete.
- Wearing shoes that are old, worn or of poor quality.
- Training too aggressively.
-- Diana Kohnle
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