- You need to free up restricted joints and know what good posture is
- You then need to loosen up the soft tissue imbalances
- Finally, you need to strengthen the area with appropriate exercises.
If you have read my previous post on foot positioning, I hope you have been trying to keep your feet pointing straight ahead when walking and standing (you can read it here if you haven’t). In this weeks post, I discuss a few ways to reduce the soft tissue tension and imbalance that often accompanies poorly positioned feet. Any postural changes (for any part of the body) require 3 steps:
You can’t really skip a step here. If you do, you open yourself up to future problems again. In the first post we looked at positioning, so how do we loosen up tension in the feet? Continue reading to find out.
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