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From having read BASL, I’m familiar with how to create torque via hip external rotation while standing, thus bringing up the foot arch. But how does one do this while walking? Do you fire the hip external rotation function and screw the foot into the ground the instant the foot touches the ground? Seems if you do this while the foot is in the air, you’ll land the foot pointed out instead of straight ahead.
Mike, I understand the hip extension mobilization that Kelly is demonstrating, but not sure I understand the position you suggest mobilizing in – hip extension with internal rotation. Would a good mobilization for that be a kneeling ‘couch’ stretch with the lower leg (of the rear leg) rotated outward?