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Secrets and Staples: Calve Stretching Secret

If a client pronates excessively during transitional (squatting) or dynamic (walking) movements or static posture (standing calve stretch) when they are barefoot then you might want to let them
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Barefoot Training Part-3

Hi guys, I hope you had a chance to read parts 1 and 2 of this series; http://ericbeard.com/2011/07/05/perform-better-show-review-barefoot-training-mark-verstegen-part-1/ http://ericbeard.com/2011/07/29/barefoot-training-part-2/ If not dive in anyway! I am continuing on with the topic of barefoot training. I am in the middle of sharing my experience sand will dive into the anatomical adaptations that take place when transitioning […]
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