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What are the effective shin splints stretches?

Here are some of the effective shin splints stretches:
1) In a kneeling position, point your toes out behind and gently sit back on your heels pressing the tops of the feet towards the ground.
2) Standing arm length from a wall, put your hands on the wall while keeping your feet and knees straight, then lean forward as far as possible.
3) Standing with your feet flat, bend your knees forward as far as possible keeping your heels on the floor.
4) Put feet flat on the ground and have a partner hold them down. Partner applies resistance to your toes and you lift them up against the pressure.
5) Sitting with your left ankle on right knee, apply pressure to inside of your foot (near big toe) with hand, then and turn your foot up and in, using the leg muscles.
6) In the same position as above, put pressure to the outside of the foot (near little toe) with your hand, and turn foot down and out using the leg muscles.
7) In the same position as above, put pressure to the top of foot (near toes) with your hand, and lift the foot using leg muscles. Repeat these with the right ankle on the left knee.
8) Sit on a table or chair attach a weight (a bucket filled with stones or sand works well) around the foot. Without bending your knee move your foot up and down from the ankle - Start light and work up.
9) Attach one end of a stretching exercise elastic band to the leg of a table or sofa and loop it around the end of the foot. Move your foot up and down and side to side against the bands resistance. Try to draw the letters of the alphabet in the air with your big toe.
10) Stand erect and raise up and down onto your toes several times. You can make it harder by doing it while standing on a step and allowing your calves to stretch over the edge of the step.
11) While sitting lower and raise your feet with the heels on the ground as high and quickly as possible for 60 seconds. This is a great one to do during work days while sitting at your desk.

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My kindle is only showing half of the screen. The other half is frozen

You either have a damaged lcd display or the ribbon cable isn't connected properly. Did it experience any impact our was the screen taken apart?

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Seat sloped too far forward

You need to be sitting in the chair and the middle lever is the one which releases and secures the angle. I find the adjustment is easier if you release the backrest lever, the third lever to the rear, lean back in the chair which will raise the front seating cushion while moving the backrest back. Using you feet on the floor push back in the chair until the seat feels better. When it is at an angle you like, push the middle lever down to lock the seat in place. Then adjust the backrest with the third lever.

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Can anyone explain to me how to perform the 45-degree twist?

I would love to. First grab a medicine ball and sit on the floor. Then lean back at a 45 degree angle raise your leg and your feet off the floor and hold the ball with your hands stretch. Rotate the ball and your torso as far as you can to the right and then to the opposite direction without dropping your legs or your arms.

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How do I perform a ball push-up exercise?

You should lie prone with your thighs on top of the exercise ball, legs and back fully extended and hands on the floor, elbows bent. Then you'll need to push yourself up by extending your arms and slowly lower yourself back down after a short pause.

Aug 02, 2012 | Exercise & Fitness

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Easiest way to replace a fuel pump in 1988 toyota PU. Drop the tank or raise the Box?

I find it easier to raise the bed up just far enough to get it out . i tried to take out tank and half of the bolts were frozen in their threads.

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Car starts hard when hot after sitting half hour,but once started will start over and over.problem is it sitting a little while.

When sitting most likely your getting some fuel down into the cylinders - this is very common on high performance cars. When it sets the fuel build up pressure in the engine.

The easy fast fix is a high performance starter -or even a race mini starter.

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The camera is kinda fuzzy, is there a way to clean it up?

Harris, The camera is not fuzzy, it is out of focus. All webcams have a ring around the lens. Start the webcam sitting in front of it. Now rotate the ring clock and anti clockwise and focus it on yourself. When you see yourself satisfactorily you can stop there. That is the correct focus of the webcam. Remember, whenever it seems fuzzy, see if you are not sitting too close or too far from it. If you are then focus it again on yourself.

Dec 12, 2009 | Logitech Webcam

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KitchenAid refrigerator(leveling screw problem)

Realized after studying the parts list (on for the model that the screw I couldn't get back in is BROKEN . Repairman coming tomorrow. Maybe that is why the thing sits so low ...

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Floor jack will not raise even without load

sounds like either pump piston seals or check valve on pump.

Apr 02, 2009 | Plumbing

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