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post #3 of (permalink) Old 09-17-2012, 11:54 AM
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Originally Posted by Dude8roman View Post
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
Shred sounds right. How about when you are just there on flatland, not going anywhere? Too much forward lean or even, look to make sure your boot is centered on the board.
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