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All of those were great for ankle rom work Kaitlin. Thanks. That saved me a lot of leg work hunting all that great stuff down. I had a question for you. If you perform squats and you seem to be able to keep form to just past the 90 degree mark but then have to lift your ankles, what may be the problem? I have been working tirelessly on my hips and everything downstream in order to keep my feet on the ground to reach the bottom of butt to ankle range. its gotten a bit better but there is something that forces my heel off the ground. I can sit at the bottom of a squat no weight on the ball of my feet just fine but that’s not what I’m after. My guess is ankle problems, due to massive a repeated sprains (soccer player).