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THIGH&SHIN
The 4 major groups of muscles in the thigh are: Flexors, extensors, abductors and adductors. The thigh muscles are the largest group of the lower extremity. They can be separated into two parts. The strongest muscle group of the anterior part is quadriceps, they consist of the rectus femoris, vastus intermedius, vastus lateralis and vastus medialis. The main muscle group of the posterior part is the hamstrings; they consist of the biceps femoris, semimembranosus and semitendinosus. Those muscles play a major role in moving and stabilizing the knee joint. The triceps surae consist of gastrocnemius and soleus. Its tendons go along the posterior part of the leg and then form the Achilles tendon at the ankle level. The peroneal muscles go through laterally, they perform the eversion motion.
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SHIN SUPPORT
Neoprene
SHIN SUPPORTS
 


  • Designed to fit the upper portion of the tibia and calf.
  • Provides compression and support over the calf and shin.
  • Retains body heat to warm shin and increase blood circulation.
  • Minimizes the potential for future injuries.

  • Hold the top of support using both hands, one on each side.
  • Insert foot into support and pull up to the shin.

  • Tennis leg
  • Muscle weakness

SIZING

Measure around mid-section of the shin, while in a standing position.

S
33.0-36.2cm (13-14 1/4")
M
36.2-39.4cm (14 1/4-15 1/2")
L
39.4-42.5cm (15 1/2-16 3/4")
XL
42.5-46.4cm (16 3/4-18 1/4")
FIBER CONTENTS 70% Neoprene, 15% Nylon, 15% Cotton
COLOR