Re: Sasha & Zabiela B2B
Here you go creepy. I know it doesn't really exist and people made it up. But here is a special 'Cut out and keep' info-page so you don't forget.
Preaching to the choir here, thicko. Thanks for the laymans chart though. Ankle inversion and eversion are the terms us professionals use. Do a quick Google search on ankle eversion/inversion injuries and you'll see what I mean. It relates to the movement of bones in that area, bones that you don't get in the arm, where Pronation and Supination occur. It's used in laymans terms for spuds like yourself but documented as inversion/eversion.