Ankle

The ankle consists of a fork formed by the tibia, the fibula and the talus. Together they form the superior tarsal joint. The primary movement taking place here is dorsiflexion (“toes towards you”) and plantar flexion (“toes away from you”).
The primary movement of the subtalar joint is inversion and eversion.

To open class X-ankle, just click on the right side of the screen on X-ankle under the section Techniques.