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Old December 21st, 2019, 09:54 PM   #21
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Default Knees over toes

Loosening the laces over the top middle of my foot helped a bit. But what did me of the arch cramps and ankle fatigue was to make sure my knee caps donít go over and past my toes when doing power strokes and cornering. Without changing my skate position, I shift my butt back a quarter of an inch and that moves my knees caps back the same distance to align them directly over my toes even during deep knees bends. Arch pain and ankle fatigue instantly stopped and am now skating with more power and longer endurance.
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