Foot/Ankle Joint and the Vertical Jump

by John Izzo |   Date Released : 01 Oct 2007
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John Izzo

About the author: John Izzo

John Izzo holds a Bachelor's degree in Public Health Promotion specializing in Community Nutrition. He holds certifications from NASM, ACE, NESTA, AFPA and APEX Training Systems. John has been involved in the fitness industry since 1992, and he has enjoyed a successful career as a personal trainer since 1998. He has helped transform the lives (and bodies) of hundreds of fitness enthusiasts and athletes in facilities located in Connecticut such as World Gym, Gold's Gym and Healthtrax, Inc. John has been featured in various publications including Fitness Management Publication, ESPN Local News Break and the Hartford Courant (CT).

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Michael, George | 30 Oct 2009, 06:48 AM

I have read the article and most of it makes sense. It decribes how to assess ankle hypermobility. By doing a calf raise and the big metatarsal raises up.

What assessment am I doing for someone who has Hypomobility? I believe it doesn't state it in the article.

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