How To Recognise Your Foot Type The simplest way is to wet your feet and then stand upright with your feet comfortably apart on a flat dry surface that will allow you to examine the footprints that you leave as you carefully step away. You may need some dry paper – it is easier if [...]. . . . .Click HERE to read the whole of the post
In sport the ankle is the most important joint in the body. It is the key joint and is responsible for the transfer of forces from the leg to the ground. It has to cope with changes in load, speed, direction and uneven surfaces all at the same time.
You need to understand:
The movements that are available at your ankle joints;
Proprioception and its role in balance;
The involvement of your eyes and ears in balance.