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As Kelly Starrett said in one of the webinars, we need to have about 10 or 15 degrees(can’t remember) of ankle eversion. This means that the calcaneus needs to be able to move side to side. However, I found out that my ankles have 0 degrees of eversion.
No you should not change to improper technique (turning the foot out) to complete a skill.
It more than a task completed yes/no situation.
Changing technique from proper technique to complete a task leads to other issues down the road.
You need to start addressing the cause of the issue.
Have you worked with a coach to look at your technique and create a plan to improving your technique?
Are you addressing your heal cords and posterior chain?Feeding slack to the system allows your feet to remain on the ground.
Are you looking above and below of where you see the issue?