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Energy, Memes, and Run: RUN FORM TIPS: SHIN ANGLE @DrHawk Rehab Non-Vertical Shin Ang1 More Shin Splints Less Force Absorption Decreased Speed Vertical Shin Angle Less Shin Splints More Force Absorption Faster Cadence FIX YOUR RUNNING TECHNIQUE Ever see somebody run and think: 'wow, they really look effortless running'.😮 A big-time clue that indicates effortless running is the angle of the tibia (shin bone) on impact with the ground. @drhawk_rehab has a good tip on how to make your run more efficient and decrease some common running injuries.😃 . When we run, it's all about an efficient conversion of energy from each step to the next, with our muscles and tissues acting as springs (remember earlier this week when we talked about pronation and stiff arches). . ❌When we land with an angled tibia, like the left picture, we are more rigid, and our shin bone and anterior leg muscles have to dissipate up to 3x our body weight. EVERY STEP. . ✅When we land with a more vertical tibia like on the right, we more efficiently convert this energy to our posterior leg muscles, thus propelling us forward. . Many running injuries like plantar fasciitis, shin splints, and anterior compartment syndrome are due to not absorbing and dissipating force efficiently. This simple change can decrease their occurence. It also can decrease your run times so win win. . To Help Cue this change: 🔻Increase your running cadence 🔻Run like you are 'falling forward' 🔻Don't 'over-stride' each step 🔻Try to "land softly" with each step . Tag a friend who needs a running fix and share the wealth! MyodetoxOrlando Myodetox
Energy, Memes, and Run: RUN FORM TIPS: SHIN ANGLE
 @DrHawk Rehab
 Non-Vertical Shin Ang1
 More Shin Splints
 Less Force Absorption
 Decreased Speed
 Vertical Shin Angle
 Less Shin Splints
 More Force Absorption
 Faster Cadence
FIX YOUR RUNNING TECHNIQUE Ever see somebody run and think: 'wow, they really look effortless running'.😮 A big-time clue that indicates effortless running is the angle of the tibia (shin bone) on impact with the ground. @drhawk_rehab has a good tip on how to make your run more efficient and decrease some common running injuries.😃 . When we run, it's all about an efficient conversion of energy from each step to the next, with our muscles and tissues acting as springs (remember earlier this week when we talked about pronation and stiff arches). . ❌When we land with an angled tibia, like the left picture, we are more rigid, and our shin bone and anterior leg muscles have to dissipate up to 3x our body weight. EVERY STEP. . ✅When we land with a more vertical tibia like on the right, we more efficiently convert this energy to our posterior leg muscles, thus propelling us forward. . Many running injuries like plantar fasciitis, shin splints, and anterior compartment syndrome are due to not absorbing and dissipating force efficiently. This simple change can decrease their occurence. It also can decrease your run times so win win. . To Help Cue this change: 🔻Increase your running cadence 🔻Run like you are 'falling forward' 🔻Don't 'over-stride' each step 🔻Try to "land softly" with each step . Tag a friend who needs a running fix and share the wealth! MyodetoxOrlando Myodetox

FIX YOUR RUNNING TECHNIQUE Ever see somebody run and think: 'wow, they really look effortless running'.😮 A big-time clue that indicates effo...

Memes, Run, and Too Much: STIFF ARCHES? The plantar fascia ligament attaches from the heel wraps around the ball of the foot, and inserts onto the toes. A taught PF can restrict the ability of the arch to soften and the foot to pronate, leading to the feeling of a stiff arch. Stretching the PF can restore pronation and reduce the feeling of stiffness. @dr.jacob.harden INTENSE EASY TRY THIS! YOU NEED PRONATION! We talk a lot about flat feet and (😲overblow) the horrors of having a foot that pronates too much. But what we don't talk about is the other side of the coin. . 🤔What if your foot can't pronate? . This can lead to issues too. Pronation is a fundamental action in gait mechanics. In order for your foot to absorb and dissipate shock, it needs to pronate. . 🏃‍♀️When you strike the ground, the foot is supinated. As you transfer your weight forward, the arch unlocks and the foot goes into pronation before resupinating. This makes your foot act like a spring. It absorbs the shock and then recoils back. And this is super important! . What will have a softer landing? A spring or a steal beam dropped on its end? The spring of course. The beam will be rigid and vibrate that shock upwards. The same can happen to a rigid foot. It will send that shock somewhere else, like perhaps the tibia (shin splints anyone?). . So what do you need to do? 👉 If you have a stiff arch, try stretching the plantar fascia. It is a main support for the arch and if it is taught, will restrict pronation. Start with the easy version and progress to the intense one. Then see how your feet feel on your next walk or run. Tag a friend with foot pain and share the wealth! MyodetoxOrlando Myodetox
Memes, Run, and Too Much: STIFF ARCHES?
 The plantar fascia ligament attaches from the heel wraps
 around the ball of the foot, and inserts onto the toes. A
 taught PF can restrict the ability of the arch to soften and
 the foot to pronate, leading to the feeling of a stiff arch.
 Stretching the PF can restore
 pronation and reduce the
 feeling of stiffness.
 @dr.jacob.harden
 INTENSE
 EASY
 TRY THIS!
YOU NEED PRONATION! We talk a lot about flat feet and (😲overblow) the horrors of having a foot that pronates too much. But what we don't talk about is the other side of the coin. . 🤔What if your foot can't pronate? . This can lead to issues too. Pronation is a fundamental action in gait mechanics. In order for your foot to absorb and dissipate shock, it needs to pronate. . 🏃‍♀️When you strike the ground, the foot is supinated. As you transfer your weight forward, the arch unlocks and the foot goes into pronation before resupinating. This makes your foot act like a spring. It absorbs the shock and then recoils back. And this is super important! . What will have a softer landing? A spring or a steal beam dropped on its end? The spring of course. The beam will be rigid and vibrate that shock upwards. The same can happen to a rigid foot. It will send that shock somewhere else, like perhaps the tibia (shin splints anyone?). . So what do you need to do? 👉 If you have a stiff arch, try stretching the plantar fascia. It is a main support for the arch and if it is taught, will restrict pronation. Start with the easy version and progress to the intense one. Then see how your feet feel on your next walk or run. Tag a friend with foot pain and share the wealth! MyodetoxOrlando Myodetox

YOU NEED PRONATION! We talk a lot about flat feet and (😲overblow) the horrors of having a foot that pronates too much. But what we don't tal...

Memes, Taken, and Common: UNDERPRONATON Toe-Off MEDIUM ARCH NEUTRAL) NORMAL FLAT ARCH (OVER PRONATION) FLAT ARCH OVERPRONATION AND RELATED SYMPTOMS MISALIGNMENT OF HIPS MISALIGNMENT OF KNEES HYPER EXTENDS PRONATEDl FLAT FOOT HIGH ARCH (SUPINATION @drjacob harden GRINDS MINISCUS WHY YOUR ARCHES ARE SO IMPORTANT I've talked a lot on my page about the importance of ⚖ balance in the arches of your feet and some problems that can arise if things are off. But the one thing we should talk about is...Why do we care so much?🤔 . Proper arch mechanics allow for shock absorption when we walk. This requires the right amounts of both pronation and supination in the same step. We contact the ground in a supinated position and immediately pronate. This pronation increases the mobility of the foot to absorb the shock of your steps.👣⚡ . If you don't pronate, such as with a high arched foot you cannot dissipate the shock. That shock will have to be taken on somewhere else. Often it is at the inside of the heel where it contributes to plantar fasciitis. Other times it travels up into the lower leg and causes shin splints. . If you overpronate, you repeatedly overstretch ↔ the plantar fascia, which can lead to tissue overload and pain. That motion will travel up the kinetic chain, internally rotating the knee and hip. This stresses the medial knee ligaments and meniscus, which just so happen to be the most common area to see 💀 degeneration. I wonder why? 😒 Internal rotation at the hip will also shut down the hip abductors, which are dynamic stabilizers of the hip and pelvis. This can lead to pain in the hip, SI joint, and low back. Noticing a trend yet? . I tell you all this to show you why you should give a 💩. The feet are the 🏢 foundation of your entire body. If their mechanics are off, everything could be as well. So tomorrow when I show you my number one exercise to fix your feet, I want you to do it religiously. Tag a friend who needs to fix their foundation and share the wealth! MyodetoxOrlando Myodetox
Memes, Taken, and Common: UNDERPRONATON
 Toe-Off
 MEDIUM ARCH
 NEUTRAL)
 NORMAL
 FLAT ARCH
 (OVER PRONATION)
 FLAT ARCH
 OVERPRONATION
 AND
 RELATED SYMPTOMS
 MISALIGNMENT OF HIPS
 MISALIGNMENT OF KNEES
 HYPER EXTENDS
 PRONATEDl FLAT FOOT
 HIGH ARCH
 (SUPINATION
 @drjacob harden
 GRINDS MINISCUS
WHY YOUR ARCHES ARE SO IMPORTANT I've talked a lot on my page about the importance of ⚖ balance in the arches of your feet and some problems that can arise if things are off. But the one thing we should talk about is...Why do we care so much?🤔 . Proper arch mechanics allow for shock absorption when we walk. This requires the right amounts of both pronation and supination in the same step. We contact the ground in a supinated position and immediately pronate. This pronation increases the mobility of the foot to absorb the shock of your steps.👣⚡ . If you don't pronate, such as with a high arched foot you cannot dissipate the shock. That shock will have to be taken on somewhere else. Often it is at the inside of the heel where it contributes to plantar fasciitis. Other times it travels up into the lower leg and causes shin splints. . If you overpronate, you repeatedly overstretch ↔ the plantar fascia, which can lead to tissue overload and pain. That motion will travel up the kinetic chain, internally rotating the knee and hip. This stresses the medial knee ligaments and meniscus, which just so happen to be the most common area to see 💀 degeneration. I wonder why? 😒 Internal rotation at the hip will also shut down the hip abductors, which are dynamic stabilizers of the hip and pelvis. This can lead to pain in the hip, SI joint, and low back. Noticing a trend yet? . I tell you all this to show you why you should give a 💩. The feet are the 🏢 foundation of your entire body. If their mechanics are off, everything could be as well. So tomorrow when I show you my number one exercise to fix your feet, I want you to do it religiously. Tag a friend who needs to fix their foundation and share the wealth! MyodetoxOrlando Myodetox

WHY YOUR ARCHES ARE SO IMPORTANT I've talked a lot on my page about the importance of ⚖ balance in the arches of your feet and some problems...