This book has opened my eyes on the importance of the foot and how it is the foundation and affects every single movement you do, day in, day out, from the ground up. 26 bones and 33 joints, that if not used correctly, will impact the entire structure above. It’s amazing to see how the human body adapts – compensates – for the foot not working properly.
Gary Ward has created the Flow Motion Model, a map of the moving human body and the journey your body takes through the gait cycle. Both Tom Gellie and Rob Sawyer (see links above) have been trained by Gary and are certified AIM (Anatomy in Motion) practitioners.
This book will change the way you see the big sack of bones that are your ski boots… Can your 33 joints work well, or are they restricted by an inappropriate footbed blocking the foot ? Is your boot too tight, too stiff, or too upright, preventing your ankle joint to function properly because it’s blocked by a plastic wall ? Something to consider.