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What are the ankles good for, relative to stance work and mobility?
What are the ankles good for? What is their most efficient use? I posited, somewhere else, that they are good to absorb the energy generated from moving out of a stance. In martial practice, how can ...
Feb 7 '12 at 19:55
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