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06/16/2014 at 7:54 pm #74808
I don’t have a sprained ankle, what i do have is a right ankle that has been broken twice, almost identical to each other many years ago. My left ankle is very tight, and i have been told that when i squat my left foot is all over the place… I’m trying a multitude of techniques right now, from smashing from my achilles up into my calf to loosen up the fascia, some tennis ball trigger point stuff with plantar flexion and dorsi flexion… I’m just searching for ways to loosen these ankles up and try and gain some more squat depth. I did begin watching the five part ankle series yesterday, and began today peanut rolling my it band with the softball between my knees and working my peroneals… just at the beginning of a long journey to get my body back and was just looking for a little advice that’s all…
thanks for taking the time to respond.