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So, just for fun I got my smash partner to perform post tib smash on my leg — guess what it fixed my ankle. I get more rom out of it and everything. So it is upstream — it just sucks because stacking the ball is not enough. It does come back however. So hopefully it is not coming back because of poor form (I really do keep feet straight and don’t lean too much)