She had me stand and walk in various backwards skating-like positions until I was able to duplicate the pain. So there I am finally, balancing with the bulk of my weight on the ball of my right foot, with my left foot forward, and the inside of my right knee burning like fire.
"Oh," Rapunzel says, "I see the problem. Your knee is buckling inwards because your hip isn't strong enough." When I balance going backwards, my right hip dips, making my right knee collapse sideways.
I now have exercises to strengthen my gluteus medius.
|I have to strengthen the little muscle on the right|
My total daily average workout requirement is now an hour and a half--off ice.
|Much rather be ON ice.|