Thread: BFTA & Kneelers
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Old 17th November 2013, 08:51 PM
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Originally Posted by fireblade View Post
if your foot is in the correct position for kneeling ie perpendicular to the ground, it makes a natural triangular gap of open space under your shin.

even my nine your old daughter can do it,

so if you are havings problems doing it, i'll get libby to show you
Only if the wording covers the angle of the foot. Anyone got the wording which has been agreed? Because the foot is impossible to keep perpendicular in all planes. And if your going to all toes to curl then that's the angle reduced. And if you aren't then shanked boots will become the norm or even 10m.
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