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Old 01-15-2013, 06:18 PM   #6
dabears
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Join Date: Jan 2008
Location: Edmonton/Vernon
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My Ride: 2003 BMW M3
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Originally Posted by SPQR ROMAN SPQR View Post
thanks guys for the advice and tips. Really appreciate it. I will try to sit further back when i go down and really focus on driving from heels.

When you all say knees out, ur knee follows the line of ur toes yes? the idea being u dont want ur knees to buckle inwards. So could i shorten the stance up and then point the toes out a bit wider so my knees go out a bit more but a narrow the stance a couple inches? would that help be more stable with weight more positioned on the heels?
Personally I find there is a sweet spot for myself, my feet are just slightly wider apart than shoulder width and my toes are pointed slightly outwards... exactly how you described. Give it a try and see how you feel, it may be uncomfortable at first. And I believe it should allow you to be more stable and rigid yes, but its one of many things to make sure of!
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