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#224061 - 01/21/06 04:40 PM Re: New forum member. [Re: korean]
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Thanks for the informative response Korean.Its interesting to hear of the differences in other styles.As for ankle strength I believe toe raises may be of some benefit in strengthening the ligaments and tendons in that joint.
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#224062 - 01/22/06 02:24 AM Re: New forum member. [Re: Tino]
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Jumproping is one of my favorite exercises. However, jumproping (just like running) is not a good thing to do on concrete, or other very solid surfaces.

I just came back from snowboarding about 2 hours ago and my feet are aching! While I was showering after the trip, I noticed certain parts of my leg were very sore, and everywhere else was fine. My ankles were, for some reason, aching when I turned them in circles. But if you think about the configuration of bindings, your ankle does not move much, if at all. Carving toe side requires a lot of strength in the calf muscles, due to the motions and pushing needed. So somehow, the muscles needed to carve toe side and the ligaments and tendons near the ankle are used hand-in-hand.

Any thoughts?

Tek9, yes, I am studying Olympic style. WTF regulation to be exact.

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#224063 - 01/22/06 04:47 AM Re: New forum member. [Re: korean]
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hii all... im also new here


just started TKD

also i've been in haedong kundo for only 2 month XD


well... instead of make a new thread, i decided to introduce my self here.

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