I have a short left leg. Standing in front of a mirror I have to stand on 3/4" of something to have my hips and shoulders level. I also have some scoliosis which curves me more to that left side. Thus left turns are better. Left ski one-footed skiing is better.
I have put 12mm heel lifts in my sneakers and shoes and it almost brings my hips and shoulders even, but not quite. No issues with my back, had this for months now.
Greg did 1/4" heel lift and 3mm riser plates on the left boot. I'd like to correct even more this year as something still is holding me back and I believe I big part of it is this body alignment issue.
What do you think of breaking the "we only adjust for 1/2 of the LLD with risers" rule and really going for leveling my hips and shoulders out?
What do you think of doing most of this on the bottom of the boot, and of course routing back to DIN spec?