Guest Lukayev Posted March 15, 2004 Report Share Posted March 15, 2004 Tendus to the side - that is, perfectly side and not shifted a little forward - have never been my forté. I have the rotten tendency to allow my foot to turn in, while the rest of my leg remains turned out from the hip. This problem is more noticeable on my left side, where the untreated aftermath of a weird ankle bobble is still plaguing me (left ankle's less flexible). Now, my foot isn't exactly TURNED IN, it's just... well, the heel isn't more forward than the toes, I should say. And every time I try to correct this problem, I can manage to get my heel more forward but as a result the line of my leg is slightly cut off at the ankle - my foot looks more like it is clawed than pointed. I wonder how I can alleviate this problem from the inside out, since I believe it is a matter of flexibility in my ankles more than a matter of turn-out from the hip (though I may be wrong). Quote Link to comment
Join the conversation
You can post now and register later. If you have an account, sign in now to post with your account.