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09/16/2013 at 6:09 am #70472Wojciech SzalewiczParticipant
is there a mwod video about reducing high archs? I know the plantar surface smasho of Kelly. In my case also the soleus has a lot of tension. (Perhaps caused by the high arch). Especially running and double unders with too much intensity causes pain in the soleus area at the shins on the inside. Are there any other exercises that help?
09/16/2013 at 12:55 pm #72775Anonymous
Have you had anyone look at your running technique or double under technique?
Technique with these skills may be an impacting factor.
Have you tried any of these?
Free Your Heel, Free Your Mind
Episode 25: Heel Cords of a Cheetah, Achilles Well Being
Episode 115: Lower Leg Sliding Surfaces
Episode 167: Unglue That Heel Cord
Episode 237: Heel Cord Love
Episode 319: Protect Those Heel Cords Man!
Episode 337: Long Ruck Feet Or Ultra Marathon Feet?
Episode 350: Tack And Floss: Heel Cord Edition
09/16/2013 at 1:17 pm #72776Stacy Kellough
Eneas,Check out these three videos. Definitely concentrate on the posterior tibialis referenced in the third video. That muscle has a significant role in the arch of the foot. Also, I would recommend trying to mobilize your feet/calves for 10-15 mintues prior to any running or double under work. Also concentrate on the same areas for 10 minutes right after any running activities. Concentrate on those areas and good luck with your running.Take care,Danny
09/16/2013 at 1:58 pm #72778Wojciech SzalewiczParticipant
Thank you for your fast response! I will integrate it into my training program and will give you feedback!
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