Hi! So I've been trying to get into the Asian squat for a while now. I can technically sit there with the right shoes, but it's uncomfortable and I have to strain other muscles to balance (like my back, or I have to lean my head and arms all the way forward, etc). I've so many different tips online, but none of them seem to work for me. My main problem is my ankles; having too little dorsiflexion when I try to sit in a squat. If I push too hard/ for too long, the front, slightly outside area of my ankles starts to hurt. I was thinking I might have some soft tissue there, that gets inflamed under too much stress? I don't know though, that is just a guess. Also, if I turn out my feet a lot in the squat, I can do somewhat better, but it's very uncomfortable for my feet. It feels like my feet are too bony, as my weight and pressure goes to the inside of my feet: the thumb and the bones underneath, as well as the inside part of my heel bone. If I try to stretch the calf muscles (with my knees bent), I do not feel any stretch in my calf. Again, if I push too hard, I feel pressure on the front/slightly outside area of my ankle. Next, if I sit into the Asian squat quickly, I automatically fall backwards. I'm at my wits' end. Do you have the same problem? Do you have any tips? Looking forward to reading your answers.