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Back leg pain/ Binding angles

Hey guys Im new here. I live in Florida and go west every year for about a week. Last winter I noticed that my back foot( I'm a regular) felt like I was always on my toes. Even going straight on a flat run I fill like my board is always in danger of catching an edge. I get the most pain in my rear calf especially when traversing a run trying to link into another run. i know some muscle fatigue is normal since I only ride a week out of the year. I also read something about front foot steering. I am self taught and I def. am a rear foot/ rudder steerer. Any help would be appreciated. I will be in Colorado for christmas and want to keep getting better
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