Anterior Tibialis (Lower Leg)

The Muscletrac® can be used to quickly pre-warm the anterior tibialis before training and competition or to accelerate the muscle recovery after training and competition. With regular application, the Muscletrac effectively reduces anterior tibialis tightness, improves elasticity and flexibility, eliminates trigger points and muscle adhesions, and accelerates muscle tissue regeneration.
With regular application to the anterior tibialis , the Muscletrac can prevent the occurance of issues such as shin splints, compartment syndrome and other injuries.
  1. Place your leg in a relaxed position (either straight or in a bent position) to allow for proper penetration and release of the muscle and fascia. (standing or seated position)
  2. The first few runs of the muscle are diagnostic, scanning the anterior tibialis muscle to feel the restrictive tissue/tightness and trigger points.  Run the length of the anterior tibialis muscle, from the knee to the ankle, 10-15 times with light to moderate pressure. As you scan the muscle, stop the Muscletrac when you feel tightness, soreness or a knot in the muscle (trigger Point). Apply a steady pressure for 5-10 seconds to “open up” and release the area. Continue with 10-15 more runs and move on to another area.
  3. Stay off of the joints and bones.
  4. Areas with excessive restriction may require additional attention.