3 Ways to Train Lower Leg Mechanics

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We absorb shock through the frontal plane of the foot. Being able to absorb shock efficiently is critical as we age. In this video, Beth Lewis explains three great exercises for training lower leg mechanics. 

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  1. Sounds very cool. I am 66, I fall pretty often, and at least _some_ of it is clearly due to failing to adjust to movements of my upper body. I will start including these lower-leg strength exercises in my morning routine, and will hope to notice a difference.

    Also: Do you have any thoughts about ashwaghanda, esp in relation to cortisol reduction?

  2. Hi!
    I would like to buy this item you use for exercises your feet? where I can obtain?? thank you

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