Teach People Not Poses

Credit: JanakaMaharageDharmasena, iStockphoto.com
Different degrees of tibial (shin bone) torsion. The ankle is shown in the foreground. The protrusion on the left is the hard bump on inside of your ankle. The person on the right would turn out a little more than the one on the left. Photo: Paul Grilley
Owing to the downward angle of the hip socket and its depth, the person on the left would have less range of abduction (moving away from the center) than the person on the right. Photo: Paul Grilley

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