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Old 08-06-2005, 10:59 PM #1
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i have a pain in the knees after ive been skipping rope for about a week straight,the pain seems to be in the knees and it hurtz really bad when i go up stairs,anyone know what this might be?
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Old 08-06-2005, 11:28 PM #2
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I had this a month or two ago.

Wear thicker soled shoes when skipping and wait, what your experiencing is probably shin splint...I just kept training and it went away.
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Old 08-07-2005, 05:21 PM #3
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I had this a month or two ago.

Wear thicker soled shoes when skipping and wait, what your experiencing is probably shin splint...I just kept training and it went away.
these are the shoes i wear when skipping rope,theyre pretty comfortable,ill think ill juss wait a week and see if the pain goes away
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Old 08-07-2005, 06:58 PM #4
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what about when running i have a problem with that, i have orthotics also tho. do u think itz cuz of the shoes?
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Old 08-08-2005, 04:02 AM #5
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like he said it probley just shin splints
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Running and skipping use the same basic body parts, most boxers get it at some point, I was asking this question a few months ago right here.

I'm not sure why, maybe I built up stronger legs, but what I did worked.


1: Ice down your leg when it is in pain
2: Stretch ALOT
3: Run on grass rather than harder surfaces such as concrete
4: Make sure you are using reasonably thick soled shoes, when i was starting i used the same shoes i use for sparring in(which where very thin and lightweight, but didn't have enough protection for consistent running)

Hope that helps fellas.
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Old 08-08-2005, 09:07 AM #7
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"pain in my knees" and ur saying shin splints uuummm

its probly worn down ligaments in ur knees

the best thing to do i stop traing for a week or 2 and take some anti-inflamtories

this is a common injury in boxers and runner also gymnasts, ect.

look it up on google u might get more infor i cat rembmer the tecnical term for it but it seems like u have worn down the ligaments in ur knees
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Yes, because shin splints can go from the shin up to the knee.


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Old 08-08-2005, 12:06 PM #9
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advice: try 2 avoid training on concrete or bitumen surfaces. Wooden floors and grass are what ya need.
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yes do ecactly wht 1stroundko said and u shold be fine im quite sure that he didnt were down the ligaments b/c he is not a professional and im sure he dosent work that hard to wear down his knee ligaments
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