After very hard skiing in challenging conditions this season, I start to get tibialis anterior pain prominently in my right leg, and a bit in my left if I flex the ankle. Wondering if it's boot-related or skier-related.
Today the most challenging conditions skied for 5 runs were frozen crust (think creme brulee) on top of mashed potato bumps. I was also doing a lot of inside leg flexion and outside leg extension on groomed blues and blacks. This past season I have also felt this way after several days of aggressive carving.
In my previous 8 years skiing I didn't have this issue.
I haven't changed my boots in any way. They're Lange rs110s with intuition Luxury liners. The liners are going on around 150 days now and still feel firm (though they're getting smelly).
Does this sound like it might be boot-related? I heard something about the tongue potentially affecting people's tibialis anterior.
Edited by Metaphor_ - 3/26/15 at 7:04pm