Hello Claudia. I love your question. I am filming a new DVD on how to walk in the higher 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. You simply can’t place all your weight on a thin4-5 inch high heel, using a heel to toe gait.
Here is what I want you to try. Take smaller steps. Reach with your lead foot using some of your upper thigh–and instead of using the standard heel toe technique–step out, placing 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. I use my reallysexy while giving you balance.
Claudia, Remember These Points: To Review-
Don’t look down, keep your head up and glance down with your eyes.
Remember, chest and breasts lifted up, shoulders back, shoulders down. Reach out with the upper thigh and place the ball of the foot directly down. By lifting all the weight UP and OUT of your waist when walking you can control how much hip swing you want — (as your hips will have very little weight in them). This is such a valuble tip to add to your walk and I seldom see it used.
For sexy hip swing, try this new tip. Begin walking, when the back foot is leaving the ground, roll the heel inward and roll onto your big toe( from your BACK foot). By swinging your back heel inward–your body will turn slightly to the side. I love this, as you can coordinate a small hip swing to a very sexy larger hip swing, by coordinating the amount of heel swing you use. Keeping your weight pulled UP and out of your hips is key to having total control on the degree of hip swing. Also, remember to: roll your shoulders up, back and then down. By rolling your shoulders–up, back, and then down–this will help with hiding larger upper arms and helps you looker shorter. However what is the best bonus for keeping your shoulders back and down is this position? It will help the breast protrude! So, keep those shoulders up,back and down!
For all of you, who have additional help, visit www.FemImage.com and look look for the DVD button. Vol 1 and Vol 2 will cover both walking, and hip swing!