Lucia Prada Posted November 3, 2010 Report Share Posted November 3, 2010 I have knee hyperextension (probably caused/increased by wrong attemps to do perfect turned out positions when a child), and my turnout is not good. The situation now is that when my knees are straight and face front, my feet are appart AND they even look (very) slightly turned outwards. I have very narrow feet, and I tend to put the weight of my body on the inside of my foot (plus, my small toe is ridiculously tiny, it almost doesn't touch the floor, so it doesn't help with my balance even on flat feet). All this makes me tilt my pelvis forward and arch my back. Also, as a consequence, my fifth is AWFUL. My legs do not look straight (my knees crash against each other!), and my feet don't look wide open (nothing close to a "tip-against-heel" position). What can I do to control all these issues and: 1) Control my hyperextension, so that it's not a handicap. 2) Improve my fifth, so looks nicer. 3) Improve my turnout. Please, give me advice with actual exercises, so I can put in practice whatever you have to say to me (detailed descriptions and pictures/videos will help!). Thank you very much. -- Lucía. Quote Link to comment
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