Walking in 4 Inch Heels, Change Your Step

 Denae,

Normally, when I walk in heels, I tend to go heel to toe, but when they are 4″ it causes a flex in the shoe, which stretches it just a bit. When walking on pavement or asphalt, this causes the shoe to audibly pop as I shift weight forward and the heel releases from the ground. The only way I can prevent this (which is really annoying) is to walk toe to heel which shortens up my step and almost makes it feel like I am prancing. If you have other suggestions, I would love to hear about them. Thanks so much!

Claudia

Hello Claudia. I love your question. I am filming a new DVD on how to walk in heels, due to the new 4-inch heel that is on the market. Yes, it is difficult to walk with the heel toe, when wearing the 4-inch heel.

Here is what I want you to do. Take smaller steps. Reach with your lead foot–and instead of using the standard heel toe, heel toe technique–step out, place your weight on the ball of your foot. Next, practice allowing very little weight going into your heels. If you need to use your arms for balance, then do so. As long as they are feminine. I use my shoulders, for better balance. See what works for you, to obtain balance.

 

Claudia, Remember These Points:

 Don’t look down, keep your head up.

Remember, chest and breasts lifted up, shoulders back, head back, and your chin parallel to the floor, while reaching out with the upper thigh and placing the ball of the foot directly down. By lifting all the weight UP and OUT of your waist while walking your hips are able to have a controlled swing– as they have very little weight in them. This allows you to control the degree of swing in your hips.

 

 Evaluate the amount of arm swing, by the degree of hip swing. Your arms, when swinging correctly…will help keep your balance.  Keeping your weight UP is also the key to having a sexy hip swing. Also, remember to: Tilt your heads, roll your shoulders, and smile.

 

For all of you, who have purchased Vol 1, go back and review my walking segment. I demonstrate how to use a pole pointed down, in front of one foot…while tilting the pole downward with each step. This determines the correct “length” you should step…in relationship to the length of your arm reach. When your legs and arms are coordinated, you can change your walk to short casual steps, medium, or long.

Let me know how your practice time goes!

Hugs,

Denae 

 

Hello Claudia, this is Denae.  I love your question. I am filming a new DVD on how to walk in heels, due to the new 4-inch heel that is on the market. Herewith my suggestions.  I agree,  it is difficult to walk with the heel toe, when wearing the 4-inch heel.

Here is what I want you to do. Take smaller steps. Reach with your lead foot–and instead of using the standard heel toe, heel toe technique–step out, place your weight on the ball of your foot. Next, practice allowing very little weight going into your heels. If you need to use your arms for balance, then do so. As long as they are feminine. I use my shoulders, for better balance. See what works for you, to obtain balance.

 

Claudia, Remember These Points:

 Don’t look down, keep your head up.

Remember, chest and breasts lifted up, shoulders back, head back, and your chin parallel to the floor, while reaching out with the upper thigh and placing the ball of the foot directly down. By lifting all the weight UP and OUT of your waist while walking your hips are able to have a controlled swing– as they have very little weight in them. This allows you to control the degree of swing in your hips.

 

 Evaluate the amount of arm swing, by the degree of hip swing. Your arms, when swinging correctly…will help keep your balance.  Keeping your weight UP is also the key to having a sexy hip swing. Also, remember to: Tilt your heads, roll your shoulders, and smile.

 

For all of you, who have purchased Vol 1, go back and review my walking segment. I demonstrate how to use a pole pointed down, in front of one foot…while tilting the pole downward with each step. This determines the correct “length” you should step…in relationship to the length of your arm reach. When your legs and arms are coordinated, you can change your walk to short casual steps, medium, or long.

Let me know how your practice time goes!

Hugs,

Denae

One thought on “Walking in 4 Inch Heels, Change Your Step

  1. I thank you so much for your advices to walk in heels of more than 4″. before i have read your texts my feet have burned as hell after a walk of only 500 m. Now its a lust to look by my walks into the eyes of all these astonished passengers admiring the elegant female moving of such a crossdresser bitch as I am. Thx so much, Lady.

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