Marjolein Posted January 16, 2012 Report Share Posted January 16, 2012 I'm trying to do a lot of floor barre while stille giving my upper body a bit of a rest after an accident last week. While doing a turnout exercise while lying on my back, I noticed there's a huge difference between my legs. Lying on my back and holding up my leg, I can turn out my right leg nearly 90 degrees. My left leg can only do slightly over 45!!! Flexed of pointed feet makes no difference. I guess it's normal to have some difference, but this seems such an extreme difference. Could this be just a strength problem or can my left leg simply not turn out a much? I'm very very flexible and my left leg is actually much more flexible than my right. My grand plié in second position is basically 180 degrees turned out (completely flat). If it's a matter of strength, will simply working extra on it even the difference out? Any suggestions for exercises? Quote Link to comment
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