Dogma wrote:Sorry about the leg. Sounds like you were doing something wrong. Somehow jamming your leg instead of pivoting. On the positive side, once you're healed if you can figure out what caused it you may have even more distance. BTW, thats impresive LH distance. File this post under unhelpful but supportive.
Marauder wrote:I googled the symptoms of the pain I'm getting in my upper front ankle and shins on my plant foot (RHBH) and found this forum topic and another one from this site. I really didn't start noticing the sharp pains until I really started to work on my jump putting. All the shifted weight landing on that sore shin probably isn't helping.
On the other forum post ( viewtopic.php?f=17&t=19257 ), they said the pain is rooted from too much friction from the foot to the tee pad.
I'm personally going to take a week off and let it heal. Then go back to the basics.
aDave wrote:Having this issue today after getting new shoes. I got some nice boots with aggressive soles for the muddier stuff that I play in. It may have been a mistake! Don't know if it's a fracture but it's definitely from
not pivoting correctly. I had this same injury early this summer when using running shoes. I switched to flat soled "casual" shoes with less traction and it went away. Oh well back to the drawing board.
It would help if I wasn't a fatass.
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