Hi. I'm Christine King, and I'm here today to show you stretches for the tibialis anterior. This is a muscle on the front of the shin and it becomes very tight for people who walk a lot or, especially, for runners. So, there's a couple of ways we can stretch this muscle group. Hold on to something for balance and bring one toe behind you. You want the top part of the foot flat on the ground and gently press your weight down on the top of the foot. Hold it for about 15 to 20 seconds and then repeat the stretch. Also, do the other side. The second stretch, you're going to kneel on the floor and have your feet be flat on the floor. Lean back on your heels and you'll begin to feel the stretching on your shins. Then, place your hands behind you and lean back into the stretch to go a little bit deeper. Hold it for 15 to 20 seconds and then repeat the stretch.