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posting this to see if I can get a little bit of help from the best
professionals in the area (you).
have read some of the information on your site and I think I have
quite a problem on my right foot. It happens that the medial part
of the foot tripod does not touches the floor at all and I have
lack of support in that zone. So it seems like my forefoot is
varus. I have also noticed that when I am standing it looks like my
rear foot is valgus. So, I can’t really compensate this problem
because if the forefoot is varus and I try to put it neutral, the
rear foot gets even more valgus, and if it I try to put the rear
foot neutral, the forefoot gets even more varus and my big toe does
not touch any part of the floor. Can you please help me? I do not
know what to do and I am a little bit desperate because nobody I
went to could help me. You are probably my last hope. I know I can
correct this and I have the will and dedication to pull it off. I
bet there are some exercises I can do but I do not really know
which at all.
Thanks in advance. -Jorge
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I have heard you guys say many times that many people
who choose to venture into minimalistic footwear have not
"earned their right" to do such without increasing their risk
for problems. I was wondering if you could explain what
parameters you use to determine if and when they are ready.
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