Weak muscles shake, also ones that aren't engaging making supporting muscles do all of their work. Some muscles don't engage until limbs are extended beyond a 90 degree angle, so just knowing that is enough to try and target them. Weak muscles strengthen quickly enough if you can simply figure out how to get them to do their jobs. At the start of things, just lying on the floor doing leg circles resulted in my legs jerking from one location to another rather than having smooth motion. That is a pretty clear sign that all the supporting muscles were doing the job of the muscles that circle. Stretching out muscles also help, especially when posture has wrong tilts in it. Until muscles are stretched out far enough, some tilts and turns can't engage, so that when the muscles are able to stretch out long enough what seemed pretty much impossible suddenly becomes easy as you can make a tilt. Alignment pulls to tight shortened muscles holding posture out of place.
I am almost certain it's not muscle weakness as it's only one leg and i have been an thlete for like 4 years
So the propable cause is the supporting muscles thing while the muscle that should work on pointing toes is not engaged or,worse permanently damaged
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