Get into the habit of straightening your kneesBalanceShoes


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This time, let me make it a habit to bend my knees straight.
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Why do you have to bend your knees straight in the first place?
In the case of squat exercise, to the instructor
"Keep your kneecaps and your toes pointing in the same direction!"
I think it's common to be taught.
Then, why bend the knee cap and toes in the same direction = straight
Do I have to do this?

There are several reasons
One is the burden on the knees.
The knee joint has various tissues such as muscles and ligaments on the inside and outside.

For example, when you squat, your knees go inside.
To repeat, the ligaments on the medial side of the knee have
It takes more force than usual.
In addition, the strength of the inner muscles is normal.
Sometimes it becomes a repetition of actions that are not demonstrated
The expected effect of muscle training
It will not come out.

Without biasing the burden on the knee joint,
In order to get the maximum effect of the targeted muscle training,
It means that it is good to repeat by bending straight.

Besides training
Excessively inward or outward knee movement during sports activities
Repeated bending motion
Cause of pain or in the event of a contact accident
It can damage the ligaments of the knee joint.

ReaLine・BalanceShoesis the axis on the sole of the foot
Because it guides the knee to bend straight
By repeating the exercise while wearing
Learn to turn straight even when you are not wearing them.
You will get used to it!

As a pre-workout conditioning
BalanceShoeswhen you take in
It also helps prevent injuries during practice.

Those suffering from knee injuries
Those who want to learn how to use their knees correctly
BalanceShoesWhy not try it?

It is also recommended for club activities such as high school club activities where injuries are increasing!

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