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Africa, America, and Burger King: Burger King To Offer Free Whoppers To Customers Dressed As Clowns @balleralert SCADV CLOWN NIGHT Burger King To Offer Free Whoppers To Customers Dressed As Clowns - blogged by @Miss_binky β €β €β €β €β €β €β € β €β €β €β €β €β €β € When it comes to their arch rival, McDonald’s, Burger King never shies away from being petty. Take this Halloween, for example. Select BK locations will be offering free Whopper sandwiches to customers who come in dressed as clowns. The popularity of scary clowns like Pennywise from β€˜It’ is hurting the Ronald McDonald brand, and Burger King is all for it. In fact, the commercial advertising ScaryClownNight even includes a creepy clown that bears a pretty uncanny resemblance to Ronald himself. β €β €β €β €β €β €β € β €β €β €β €β €β €β € Alex Macedo, President of Burger King North America, said, β€œWe don’t usually talk about clowns, but for this Halloween, come dressed as a clown to eat like a king.” β €β €β €β €β €β €β € β €β €β €β €β €β €β € The offer is only valid Halloween night, and at select U.S. locations in Massachusetts, Florida, California, Texas, and Utah (as well as The U.K., Germany, Spain, South Africa, Japan, Brazil, and Argentina).
Africa, America, and Burger King: Burger King To Offer Free
 Whoppers To Customers Dressed
 As Clowns
 @balleralert
 SCADV
 CLOWN
 NIGHT
Burger King To Offer Free Whoppers To Customers Dressed As Clowns - blogged by @Miss_binky β €β €β €β €β €β €β € β €β €β €β €β €β €β € When it comes to their arch rival, McDonald’s, Burger King never shies away from being petty. Take this Halloween, for example. Select BK locations will be offering free Whopper sandwiches to customers who come in dressed as clowns. The popularity of scary clowns like Pennywise from β€˜It’ is hurting the Ronald McDonald brand, and Burger King is all for it. In fact, the commercial advertising ScaryClownNight even includes a creepy clown that bears a pretty uncanny resemblance to Ronald himself. β €β €β €β €β €β €β € β €β €β €β €β €β €β € Alex Macedo, President of Burger King North America, said, β€œWe don’t usually talk about clowns, but for this Halloween, come dressed as a clown to eat like a king.” β €β €β €β €β €β €β € β €β €β €β €β €β €β € The offer is only valid Halloween night, and at select U.S. locations in Massachusetts, Florida, California, Texas, and Utah (as well as The U.K., Germany, Spain, South Africa, Japan, Brazil, and Argentina).

Burger King To Offer Free Whoppers To Customers Dressed As Clowns - blogged by @Miss_binky β €β €β €β €β €β €β € β €β €β €β €β €β €β € When it comes to their arch rival...

Head, Love, and Memes: Pronator/Supinator Release Pronated Supinated @ quaddoc THESE MUSCLES CAN AFFECT YOUR GAIT Tonight we're addressing two muscles that can affect your gait.πŸƒβ€β™‚οΈ If you overpronate or oversupinate, check these guys out and listen to @quaddoc's instructions below. . Posterior tibialis inverts and helps to raise the arch in the foot. That inversion can play into supination, hence rolling to the outside. While the peroneals help to evert the foot, which will play into more pronation. . So...pronators = release the peroneals while supinators = release the tib posterior.πŸ”΄ . Some things to keep in mind as you go through these releases: . πŸ‘£Supinators - find posterior tib by feeling the inside portion of the knee, move down the shin bone, and roll off into a fleshy portion of the inner calve. Place the ball here and slowly press down using your hands and roll down towards the ankle. . πŸ‘£Pronators - go to the outer portion of the knee, feel for a bony part (head of the fibula), place the ball on the ground, and then lightly set your outter calve on the ball below the fibula. Start to press your leg down using your hands and roll down towards the ankle. . Roll the tender spots for about ⏱ 30 seconds to 1 minute then move on. Work to your tolerance!! . Got a πŸ™‹β€β™‚οΈ friend who needs to fix their feet? Tag them and show them some πŸ˜™ love. . 🎡Dr. Dre-"The Next Episode" (San Holo Remix) . MyodetoxOrlando Myodetox
Head, Love, and Memes: Pronator/Supinator
 Release
 Pronated
 Supinated
 @ quaddoc
THESE MUSCLES CAN AFFECT YOUR GAIT Tonight we're addressing two muscles that can affect your gait.πŸƒβ€β™‚οΈ If you overpronate or oversupinate, check these guys out and listen to @quaddoc's instructions below. . Posterior tibialis inverts and helps to raise the arch in the foot. That inversion can play into supination, hence rolling to the outside. While the peroneals help to evert the foot, which will play into more pronation. . So...pronators = release the peroneals while supinators = release the tib posterior.πŸ”΄ . Some things to keep in mind as you go through these releases: . πŸ‘£Supinators - find posterior tib by feeling the inside portion of the knee, move down the shin bone, and roll off into a fleshy portion of the inner calve. Place the ball here and slowly press down using your hands and roll down towards the ankle. . πŸ‘£Pronators - go to the outer portion of the knee, feel for a bony part (head of the fibula), place the ball on the ground, and then lightly set your outter calve on the ball below the fibula. Start to press your leg down using your hands and roll down towards the ankle. . Roll the tender spots for about ⏱ 30 seconds to 1 minute then move on. Work to your tolerance!! . Got a πŸ™‹β€β™‚οΈ friend who needs to fix their feet? Tag them and show them some πŸ˜™ love. . 🎡Dr. Dre-"The Next Episode" (San Holo Remix) . MyodetoxOrlando Myodetox

THESE MUSCLES CAN AFFECT YOUR GAIT Tonight we're addressing two muscles that can affect your gait.πŸƒβ€β™‚οΈ If you overpronate or oversupinate, c...

Memes, Run, and Too Much: STIFF ARCHES? The plantar fascia ligament attaches from the heel wraps around the ball of the foot, and inserts onto the toes. A taught PF can restrict the ability of the arch to soften and the foot to pronate, leading to the feeling of a stiff arch. Stretching the PF can restore pronation and reduce the feeling of stiffness. @dr.jacob.harden INTENSE EASY TRY THIS! YOU NEED PRONATION! We talk a lot about flat feet and (😲overblow) the horrors of having a foot that pronates too much. But what we don't talk about is the other side of the coin. . πŸ€”What if your foot can't pronate? . This can lead to issues too. Pronation is a fundamental action in gait mechanics. In order for your foot to absorb and dissipate shock, it needs to pronate. . πŸƒβ€β™€οΈWhen you strike the ground, the foot is supinated. As you transfer your weight forward, the arch unlocks and the foot goes into pronation before resupinating. This makes your foot act like a spring. It absorbs the shock and then recoils back. And this is super important! . What will have a softer landing? A spring or a steal beam dropped on its end? The spring of course. The beam will be rigid and vibrate that shock upwards. The same can happen to a rigid foot. It will send that shock somewhere else, like perhaps the tibia (shin splints anyone?). . So what do you need to do? πŸ‘‰ If you have a stiff arch, try stretching the plantar fascia. It is a main support for the arch and if it is taught, will restrict pronation. Start with the easy version and progress to the intense one. Then see how your feet feel on your next walk or run. Tag a friend with foot pain and share the wealth! MyodetoxOrlando Myodetox
Memes, Run, and Too Much: STIFF ARCHES?
 The plantar fascia ligament attaches from the heel wraps
 around the ball of the foot, and inserts onto the toes. A
 taught PF can restrict the ability of the arch to soften and
 the foot to pronate, leading to the feeling of a stiff arch.
 Stretching the PF can restore
 pronation and reduce the
 feeling of stiffness.
 @dr.jacob.harden
 INTENSE
 EASY
 TRY THIS!
YOU NEED PRONATION! We talk a lot about flat feet and (😲overblow) the horrors of having a foot that pronates too much. But what we don't talk about is the other side of the coin. . πŸ€”What if your foot can't pronate? . This can lead to issues too. Pronation is a fundamental action in gait mechanics. In order for your foot to absorb and dissipate shock, it needs to pronate. . πŸƒβ€β™€οΈWhen you strike the ground, the foot is supinated. As you transfer your weight forward, the arch unlocks and the foot goes into pronation before resupinating. This makes your foot act like a spring. It absorbs the shock and then recoils back. And this is super important! . What will have a softer landing? A spring or a steal beam dropped on its end? The spring of course. The beam will be rigid and vibrate that shock upwards. The same can happen to a rigid foot. It will send that shock somewhere else, like perhaps the tibia (shin splints anyone?). . So what do you need to do? πŸ‘‰ If you have a stiff arch, try stretching the plantar fascia. It is a main support for the arch and if it is taught, will restrict pronation. Start with the easy version and progress to the intense one. Then see how your feet feel on your next walk or run. Tag a friend with foot pain and share the wealth! MyodetoxOrlando Myodetox

YOU NEED PRONATION! We talk a lot about flat feet and (😲overblow) the horrors of having a foot that pronates too much. But what we don't tal...

Life, Memes, and Work: Body Weight Squat quaddoc Derp Face Knee Collapse Valgus Arch Falls No Foot Activation Happy face No Knee Collapse Foot Muscles Activated Arch held THIS QUICK TEST COULD TELL YOU WHY YOUR BODY HURTS I know what you're thinking...why do a bodyweight squat? 😣 Could I be a little obsessed squats? I may be 😏 but I will never tell you. HOWEVER a bodyweight squat is a great way to look at multiple joints moving within a given motion. More specifically we are looking to see what the feet and knees are doing in the bottom position. . So drop into a squat and compare your bottom position to @quaddoc's. Are you the βœ… or ❌? . Ideally, we are looking for the knees to track out over the middle of the foot so you give the pelvis room to rotate over the femur. If you collapse in, the hip internally rotates and can lead to a pinching feeling in the groin or crease of the hip. . Fun Anatomy Fact πŸ€“: Pelvis + Femur = Hip. Think of it like a ball and socket. . If you are the ❌ fear not. This simply means we got some work to do such as building up hip and foot stability. Start by gripping the ground with the foot, especially at the big toe and then pull the knees out wide so that you engage the glutes. Adding a light band around the knees can be great feedback to make sure you push out throughout the movement. . You may also see variations as in one foot may cave while the other one doesn't. If you are seeing your joints buckling under your own weight, there's a good chance it's happening anytime you add speed or load, so hopefully this sheds some πŸ’‘ light as to why you are feeling pain-discomfort in your daily life. . Comment below πŸ‘‡ share your results. MyodetoxOrlando Myodetox
Life, Memes, and Work: Body Weight Squat
 quaddoc
 Derp Face
 Knee
 Collapse
 Valgus
 Arch Falls
 No Foot
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 No Knee
 Collapse
 Foot Muscles
 Activated
 Arch held
THIS QUICK TEST COULD TELL YOU WHY YOUR BODY HURTS I know what you're thinking...why do a bodyweight squat? 😣 Could I be a little obsessed squats? I may be 😏 but I will never tell you. HOWEVER a bodyweight squat is a great way to look at multiple joints moving within a given motion. More specifically we are looking to see what the feet and knees are doing in the bottom position. . So drop into a squat and compare your bottom position to @quaddoc's. Are you the βœ… or ❌? . Ideally, we are looking for the knees to track out over the middle of the foot so you give the pelvis room to rotate over the femur. If you collapse in, the hip internally rotates and can lead to a pinching feeling in the groin or crease of the hip. . Fun Anatomy Fact πŸ€“: Pelvis + Femur = Hip. Think of it like a ball and socket. . If you are the ❌ fear not. This simply means we got some work to do such as building up hip and foot stability. Start by gripping the ground with the foot, especially at the big toe and then pull the knees out wide so that you engage the glutes. Adding a light band around the knees can be great feedback to make sure you push out throughout the movement. . You may also see variations as in one foot may cave while the other one doesn't. If you are seeing your joints buckling under your own weight, there's a good chance it's happening anytime you add speed or load, so hopefully this sheds some πŸ’‘ light as to why you are feeling pain-discomfort in your daily life. . Comment below πŸ‘‡ share your results. MyodetoxOrlando Myodetox

THIS QUICK TEST COULD TELL YOU WHY YOUR BODY HURTS I know what you're thinking...why do a bodyweight squat? 😣 Could I be a little obsessed s...

Community, Memes, and Shoes: Your Foot Type Under pronation Neutral Mild (Supination) Pronation overpronation Severe overpronation Outer Heel Inner Heel & Outer Heel & Inner Heel & Ball Wear Broad Ball Wear Inner Ball Wear & Ball Wear WHAT YOUR SHOES SAY ABOUT YOU . πŸ€”Ever wanted to determine what happens to your foot when you walk? Whether you overpronate, supinate, or stay neutral? You can! . Both your πŸ‘£footprint and your πŸ‘Ÿshoes give you insight into what happens when you walk. All you need to do is take a close look. . A supinator will show the classic "high arch" footprint where all you see is the heel and ball of the foot with little in the middle. Their shoe wear pattern will stay all along the outside from heel to toe. . A neutral foot will have a smooth transition from heel to toe. The shoes will shoe wear on the outer side of the heel and a nice even distribution along the ball of the foot.βš– . An overpronating foot will leave a very broad footprint. Mild to moderate cases will still wear on the outside of the heel (TYPO ON PICTURE) but transition more towards the inside edge at the ball of the foot. Severe overpronation will show you wearing down even the inner edge of the heel as your arch collapses. . So who wants to have some fun? I want to take a πŸ“Š poll and see how our little community here distributes. Take a look at your shoes (or footprints on the πŸ–beach for my fellow Florida peeps) and comment below which one you are. I'll tally them all up and let you know the results with tomorrow's video! MyodetoxOrlando Myodetox
Community, Memes, and Shoes: Your Foot Type
 Under pronation
 Neutral
 Mild
 (Supination)
 Pronation
 overpronation
 Severe
 overpronation
 Outer Heel
 Inner Heel &
 Outer Heel &
 Inner Heel
 & Ball Wear
 Broad Ball Wear
 Inner Ball Wear
 & Ball Wear
WHAT YOUR SHOES SAY ABOUT YOU . πŸ€”Ever wanted to determine what happens to your foot when you walk? Whether you overpronate, supinate, or stay neutral? You can! . Both your πŸ‘£footprint and your πŸ‘Ÿshoes give you insight into what happens when you walk. All you need to do is take a close look. . A supinator will show the classic "high arch" footprint where all you see is the heel and ball of the foot with little in the middle. Their shoe wear pattern will stay all along the outside from heel to toe. . A neutral foot will have a smooth transition from heel to toe. The shoes will shoe wear on the outer side of the heel and a nice even distribution along the ball of the foot.βš– . An overpronating foot will leave a very broad footprint. Mild to moderate cases will still wear on the outside of the heel (TYPO ON PICTURE) but transition more towards the inside edge at the ball of the foot. Severe overpronation will show you wearing down even the inner edge of the heel as your arch collapses. . So who wants to have some fun? I want to take a πŸ“Š poll and see how our little community here distributes. Take a look at your shoes (or footprints on the πŸ–beach for my fellow Florida peeps) and comment below which one you are. I'll tally them all up and let you know the results with tomorrow's video! MyodetoxOrlando Myodetox

WHAT YOUR SHOES SAY ABOUT YOU . πŸ€”Ever wanted to determine what happens to your foot when you walk? Whether you overpronate, supinate, or sta...

Memes, Control, and Work: Build Foot Stability lil i MY NUMBER ONE EXERCISE TO FIX YOUR FEET As promised, here it is! This is the exercise I use all the time to fix foot and ankle issues.πŸ‘Ÿ How can it help you? . If you β†˜β†™ pronate: You most likely don't have an effective windlass mechanism and don't engage the deep calf muscles. This will train you to push off through the big toe and strengthen your arch and deep foot muscles. For you guys, πŸ– 5 second holds at the top will be very helpful and don't be surprised if you feel your feet cramp up. If you β†™β†˜ supinate: You roll to and push off through the outside of the foot. You need to come βͺ back to the big toe. For you, we want to instill a new motor pattern so higher reps with good technique are best and perform them frequently throughout the day. If you have πŸ”₯ plantar fasciitis or Achille's tendon pain: You need to fix the mechanics, but you can also use this to load the tissues and make them stronger. Slow eccentric sets are best for you. Raise up and lower as slowly and with as much control as possible. A few sets of 15 performed twice a day will help a lot. If you chronicly πŸ’’ sprain your ankles: You most likely push off through the outside and don't have the dynamic lateral stability from the peroneals. Repattern like the supinators and get those muscles πŸ’‘ firing again to stabilize your ankles. There you have it guys! Now go to work, tag a friend, and start fixing your feet! MyodetoxOrlando Myodetox
Memes, Control, and Work: Build Foot
 Stability
 lil i
MY NUMBER ONE EXERCISE TO FIX YOUR FEET As promised, here it is! This is the exercise I use all the time to fix foot and ankle issues.πŸ‘Ÿ How can it help you? . If you β†˜β†™ pronate: You most likely don't have an effective windlass mechanism and don't engage the deep calf muscles. This will train you to push off through the big toe and strengthen your arch and deep foot muscles. For you guys, πŸ– 5 second holds at the top will be very helpful and don't be surprised if you feel your feet cramp up. If you β†™β†˜ supinate: You roll to and push off through the outside of the foot. You need to come βͺ back to the big toe. For you, we want to instill a new motor pattern so higher reps with good technique are best and perform them frequently throughout the day. If you have πŸ”₯ plantar fasciitis or Achille's tendon pain: You need to fix the mechanics, but you can also use this to load the tissues and make them stronger. Slow eccentric sets are best for you. Raise up and lower as slowly and with as much control as possible. A few sets of 15 performed twice a day will help a lot. If you chronicly πŸ’’ sprain your ankles: You most likely push off through the outside and don't have the dynamic lateral stability from the peroneals. Repattern like the supinators and get those muscles πŸ’‘ firing again to stabilize your ankles. There you have it guys! Now go to work, tag a friend, and start fixing your feet! MyodetoxOrlando Myodetox

MY NUMBER ONE EXERCISE TO FIX YOUR FEET As promised, here it is! This is the exercise I use all the time to fix foot and ankle issues.πŸ‘Ÿ How ...

Memes, Taken, and Common: UNDERPRONATON Toe-Off MEDIUM ARCH NEUTRAL) NORMAL FLAT ARCH (OVER PRONATION) FLAT ARCH OVERPRONATION AND RELATED SYMPTOMS MISALIGNMENT OF HIPS MISALIGNMENT OF KNEES HYPER EXTENDS PRONATEDl FLAT FOOT HIGH ARCH (SUPINATION @drjacob harden GRINDS MINISCUS WHY YOUR ARCHES ARE SO IMPORTANT I've talked a lot on my page about the importance of βš– balance in the arches of your feet and some problems that can arise if things are off. But the one thing we should talk about is...Why do we care so much?πŸ€” . Proper arch mechanics allow for shock absorption when we walk. This requires the right amounts of both pronation and supination in the same step. We contact the ground in a supinated position and immediately pronate. This pronation increases the mobility of the foot to absorb the shock of your steps.πŸ‘£βš‘ . If you don't pronate, such as with a high arched foot you cannot dissipate the shock. That shock will have to be taken on somewhere else. Often it is at the inside of the heel where it contributes to plantar fasciitis. Other times it travels up into the lower leg and causes shin splints. . If you overpronate, you repeatedly overstretch ↔ the plantar fascia, which can lead to tissue overload and pain. That motion will travel up the kinetic chain, internally rotating the knee and hip. This stresses the medial knee ligaments and meniscus, which just so happen to be the most common area to see πŸ’€ degeneration. I wonder why? πŸ˜’ Internal rotation at the hip will also shut down the hip abductors, which are dynamic stabilizers of the hip and pelvis. This can lead to pain in the hip, SI joint, and low back. Noticing a trend yet? . I tell you all this to show you why you should give a πŸ’©. The feet are the 🏒 foundation of your entire body. If their mechanics are off, everything could be as well. So tomorrow when I show you my number one exercise to fix your feet, I want you to do it religiously. Tag a friend who needs to fix their foundation and share the wealth! MyodetoxOrlando Myodetox
Memes, Taken, and Common: UNDERPRONATON
 Toe-Off
 MEDIUM ARCH
 NEUTRAL)
 NORMAL
 FLAT ARCH
 (OVER PRONATION)
 FLAT ARCH
 OVERPRONATION
 AND
 RELATED SYMPTOMS
 MISALIGNMENT OF HIPS
 MISALIGNMENT OF KNEES
 HYPER EXTENDS
 PRONATEDl FLAT FOOT
 HIGH ARCH
 (SUPINATION
 @drjacob harden
 GRINDS MINISCUS
WHY YOUR ARCHES ARE SO IMPORTANT I've talked a lot on my page about the importance of βš– balance in the arches of your feet and some problems that can arise if things are off. But the one thing we should talk about is...Why do we care so much?πŸ€” . Proper arch mechanics allow for shock absorption when we walk. This requires the right amounts of both pronation and supination in the same step. We contact the ground in a supinated position and immediately pronate. This pronation increases the mobility of the foot to absorb the shock of your steps.πŸ‘£βš‘ . If you don't pronate, such as with a high arched foot you cannot dissipate the shock. That shock will have to be taken on somewhere else. Often it is at the inside of the heel where it contributes to plantar fasciitis. Other times it travels up into the lower leg and causes shin splints. . If you overpronate, you repeatedly overstretch ↔ the plantar fascia, which can lead to tissue overload and pain. That motion will travel up the kinetic chain, internally rotating the knee and hip. This stresses the medial knee ligaments and meniscus, which just so happen to be the most common area to see πŸ’€ degeneration. I wonder why? πŸ˜’ Internal rotation at the hip will also shut down the hip abductors, which are dynamic stabilizers of the hip and pelvis. This can lead to pain in the hip, SI joint, and low back. Noticing a trend yet? . I tell you all this to show you why you should give a πŸ’©. The feet are the 🏒 foundation of your entire body. If their mechanics are off, everything could be as well. So tomorrow when I show you my number one exercise to fix your feet, I want you to do it religiously. Tag a friend who needs to fix their foundation and share the wealth! MyodetoxOrlando Myodetox

WHY YOUR ARCHES ARE SO IMPORTANT I've talked a lot on my page about the importance of βš– balance in the arches of your feet and some problems...