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    good day paul,

    most excellent teachings and practices!

    perhaps a frivolous question, but the clothing, and especially the shoes, seem perfect for what you are teaching. what are the brands and where did you get pants, shirts and once again especially the shoes?

    cheers,

    daniel

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    For your shirt and trousers (pants), anything loose fitting
    will do! For the shoes, good luck finding these Hush Puppies! They seem to be
    discontinued… However, any soft, flexible shoes with a flat bottom (i.e. no
    heel or arch of any kind) will do the trick.

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    paul,

    interesting about the shoes, why no arch? i have what they call a medium high arch and always put insoles of that size in any shoes i wear. please explain

    cheers

    daniel

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    thank you paul,

    interesting, why no arch support?

    i always put arch aupport insoles into all my shoes, since i have what they call a medium to high arch

    daniel

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    Daniel, you don’t use arch support, etc. during training because you become reliant upon them, i.e. you don’t fix the alignments in your body. When you can maintain good alignments without arch support, you know you have truly embodied alignments of the ankles and feet, and in so doing will have opened and strengthened those parts of your body. Therefore, unless you have some medical condition that requires you to use insoles and arch support, don’t use them during training.

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