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Attackpoint - performance and training tools for orienteering athletes

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in: furlong47; furlong47 > 2016-03-26

Mar 27, 2016 12:04 PM # 
good to hear your story of Hay Creek redemption!
Mar 27, 2016 2:46 PM # 
yes indeedy, nice job out there!
Mar 27, 2016 11:23 PM # 
Good to hear of a fine run. Watch out for calf knots (I meaaan it). Get a foam roller or a tennis ball to loosen it up:

Good for you the other things you mentioned. :-)
Mar 28, 2016 1:13 AM # 
The problem is likely #3 there: restricted dorsiflexion of the ankle. I'm unable to keep heels down when riding and trip over crap all the time because I can't pick up my toes. You should be able to get your knee like 4 inches in front of your toes without your heel coming off the floor. I can't get my knee in front of them at all.

My ankles move GREAT from side to side though :-/ which is how they probably ended up so bad to begin with. I wear braces when orienteering to keep them from rolling.

I also have really high arches and a saddle bone deformity. And no big toenails. My feet are a hot mess.

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