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02/25/2014 at 11:13 am #70815Justin LaRocheParticipant
The issue is that my right foot is always turned out more than my left during any squatting movement. I am working on all the surrounding tissues. Working with the bands on the front and back of the ankle is helping to get more range in the bottom position. Almost daily I go through the presquat MWOD routine. My right side is the issue. The hip is tighter, hip flexor flares up more often, ankle is more junky and I had a meniscus repair to the right knee.With that said … I played soccer all throughout college as a goalkeeper and I kick with my right foot. With all of the repeated kicking motions and constantly turned out foot maybe that is a natural position for that foot?Any ideas would be greatly appreciated.
02/25/2014 at 11:11 pm #74216Anonymous
Do you correct your foot positioning?
Have you addressed your set up?
Are you starting in a good position? If not this is one place that needs to be addressed.
Have you addressed your foot?
Looked up stream of the ankle/heelcords?
Good to hear you are seeing some improvements from mobs with a band.
Are you seeing improvements from doing the pre squat routine?
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Nope duck foot is not a natural or acceptable position. It needs to be corrected
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