Read on to discover exactly what you need to do to cure bow legs once and for all, and enjoy perfectly straight and attractive legs for the rest of your life!
This is my take on Bow Legs No More
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I was searching the net for exercises to correct bow legs and came across this very helpful EBook called Bow Legs No More.
I decided to purchase the book because I wanted to see if it would give me some more useful advice on how to help my students who suffer from this defect. I was actually quite amazed to read that there were exercises that one could do to correct bow legs, and I was intrigued. The Ebook, Bow Legs No More, is a quick read because it is only 40 pages long, and I must say that the exercises that they have given are not what you would expect, and not difficult at all to master.
Sarah Brown is the author of this book, and she claims to have improved the shape of her bow legs using the techniques that she describes in her book.
Bow legs are actually quite a common thing to see, although not all cases are as extreme as the pictures above. Maybe I just notice it more because I am a ballet teacher and look at legs all day for a living.
Bow Legs No More claims that there are exercises that you can do to correct bow legs or even cure bow legs, but they do warn that it is not going to be a walk in the park or a quick fix.
If you are willing to stick to a training program over a period of time, there is no need to go to the extent of having surgery as your bow legs will definitely improve. You may have even found the answer to cure bow legs.
When I read this I was all ears!
The training exercises in the course are not difficult, but like anything you need to make a habit of doing them regularly.
It is a gradual and gentle process of easing the joints back to where they should be. Because joints are sensitive, they should always be treated with care and never manipulated harshly.
Because the exercises in this course are gentle, they need to be done on a regular basis in order to see an improvement over time.
Because the changes are gradual, it is suggested that you take a photograph of your legs before you start so that you can see the improvement over time and stay motivated to do the exercises.
Who Should Get This EBook?
Most of these exercises are not designed to be done by people with straight legs, so make sure you do have bow legs to correct before you purchase the course.
If you have any of the following concerns, then this may be just the eBook you have been searching for.
- Do you suffer from bow legs or knock knees?
- Are you self-conscious about your malformed legs?
- Has the condition been affecting your confidence and self-esteem?
- Are you fed up of being embarrassed by your legs, and just want to be the same as everyone else?
- Have you always wondered if there was something you could do to straighten your bow legs or knock knees, which didn’t involve taking on the risks and expense of surgery?
- Are you worried that by not doing anything about your condition now might lead to joint-related problems, like arthritis, in the future?
What Causes Bow Legs?
Bow legs can be the result of many different things, including:
- Childhood Illnesses
- A bone fracture that has been set incorrectly (if this is the case, you should go and get a surgeon to reset the bone)
- A child being put into a walker before the legs are strong enough to handle it
- Other bad habits developed when you were younger, like the way that you stood
Are Bow Legs Bad For Your Health?
Yes and no, depending on the extent of the deformity. Unfortunately, if your bow legs are extreme, you could damage other joints in your body over time, including the knees, hips, and spine. This happens because your posture is affected and over time bad posture can affect your entire skeletal system.
Are All Bow Legs Build The Same?
No. There are two different Bow Leg types:
- x-shaped curvature
- o-shaped curvature
With the x-curvature, the tops of the thighs press together while from below the knees the legs splay outwards. It is virtually impossible for this person to put their feet together without having to bend the knees first.
With the o-curvature, the whole leg splays out from the hips and then only join together at the feet again. This creates a diamond shaped gap between the legs when the feet are placed together.
In the EBook Bow Legs No More exercises are giving for both types of bow leg.
There are also exercises which help to tone and add shape to the legs, as most people who have bow legs also have very thin legs.
My Verdict On Bow Legs No More
I felt the book was very well written and the exercises are explained well with diagrams.
I can’t say at this early stage whether or not the exercises work or not to cure bow legs, but looking at them they do make sense and I am sure that if used over time there can only be an improvement in the shape of the legs.
I am glad that I bought the book and am looking forward to trying out some of these exercises on my students who have problems and would like to cure Bow Legs on themselves.
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To read more on Hyperextended Knees, which is very common in people with bow legs, click here.