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The Tibialis Anterior - Why it's important...

The Anterior Tibialis is the muscle which runs down the front/outside of your shin and helps to lift up and invert your foot.


• Helps to stabilise the ankle as your foot hits the ground.


• Supports the arch of your foot during movement.


• Strengthening will help reduce the risk of ankle and tendon injury in all sports and everyday activities (walking, hiking etc)


• Strengthening can really help with knee pain and shin splints.


• In one study it was ranked by females as the thirteenth most attractive muscle on the male body 👀...we all know what your new dating profile pictures will be now 😄

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