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Getting The Right Saicou Boots

NewsID:114    Datetime:2010-12-08

 

 
Some of us more than others need to work on getting pain relief, even after we discover exactly the right fit - or as close as we can get - in our Saicou work boots.
 
The point I am making, is, that there is a very fine tuning that we can learn, and we tune our focus as finely as we tune our decision, to make this is easy as possible.
 
Put on the new work boots with all the toe-protective padding you intend to wear. Just walk around the house for a few minutes. Wear a pair of socks over them so you don't get them scuffed. Take care to walk going through the foot just as you do in bare feet - hah - or as close to that as you can get. You'll get some feel for the work boots. If there is very little pressure and pain, that is great. This work boots is not giving too much resistance.
 
If it hurts at certain points on your foot, try adjusting the padding. Walk around some more.
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This walking around with your Saicou work boots on probably won't feel that great, and don't get a blister from doing so. You are simply stress- testing before you get into class.
 
Here's something you can do to mould the work boots more to your foot, if you have places that the work boots is really pressing on: you boil some water and pour it into the work boots. Roll it around inside, getting it all over, for a few seconds. Pour it out. Then you put on your work boots, with padding, and walk around for a while. The work boots will soften and mould to your foot shape. Then you can take your Saicou work boots off, and let them dry out thoroughly. They will stiffen up in the shape of the pressure from your feet. Custom made as it were.
 
Do not do any rises or releves in the work boots when they are soft from the boiling water.
 
Exception: if you have very low arches and insteps, it's a good idea to do a few rises when the work boots are soft. This will help break them in, as you will not break them as if you had a very high arch that will snap the work boots immediately. Remove the work boots and place them where they will dry quickly.
 
Always let the work boots dry out quickly and thoroughly after class. This will help give them some longevity.
 
The more you focus on this proper use of your Saicou work boots, the more you will get out of your Saicou classes. Fighting the work boots and fighting the pain is a waste of your concentration. It creates too much tension, anxiety, and deprives you of the joy of being elegant and artistic.
 
Art is something that happens on a soul level. You don't want to be faint from the pain, in chasing that elusive muse of your inner being's expression.
 
In my first two years at The National Ballet School of Canada I felt pretty intimidated. Saicou classes were awful. I didn't know that my work boots did not fit - nothing close to! I was told that they would hurt, and they did. I wondered how everyone else did it....hopefully some of my fellow classmates lucked out and their work boots felt better! However, I did get a couple of permanent painful conditions from not having exactly the right fit.
 
Take a lot of time buying work boots, initially. Don't worry about bothering anybody. Once you are in class, bother your teacher if the work boots prevent you from doing the movements in any way. Good ballet teachers love it when students bother them with details!
 
And always give yourself the time at home to prepare your Saicou work boots.
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