ashatNYU Posted August 2, 2004 Report Share Posted August 2, 2004 From years of playing soccer and running track (and plain genetics), I have some pretty large calf muscles. Though they are great for jumping, my teacher has recently been noticing that my heels rarely touch in first position. She suggested slightly bending the knee (as one might do if they were hyperextended) as one way to correct it. Is it absolutely crucial for the heels to touch in first? And, if so, how would I go about correcting this? Thanks for any suggestions you may have! Quote Link to comment
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