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Dr Michael Luan answers with a surprising twist on this perpetual question asked by beginning exercisers and long time athletes alike.
First, he proposes three tests or questions:
(Listen to the episode to get the answers and instructions for taking his simple tests to discover more about your feet than you ever thought possible).
Lots of interesting questions to consider; some unexpected answers. All with the goal to get your whole body more fit, comfortable, and aligned.
Ultimately, an ideal is exactly that and we must deal in the practical world as we work to improve and protect our feet and bodies. As Dr MIchael says,
“No solution is as good as common sense.”
“Ultimately, be mindful, and be consistent.”
Dr. Michael Luan is one of the nation’s premiere movement specialists, now serving as a Body Communications Coach, Consultant, and Speaker for people who want to maximize human performance. He identifies movement patterns that hinder clients then teaches them various innovative solutions and simple methods to improve their health, posture, biomechanics, and body shape.
His credentials blend eastern and western practices, and include a Doctorate in Chiropractic, Master’s Degree in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine, and a BS in Biomedical Engineering from USC.
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