If the top or side of the foot hurts, swells, or bruises, you can apply ice for 10-15 minutes several times a day. Note that the top of the foot can easily bruise because there are many blood vessels on top of the small bones. A badly bruised foot does not necessarily mean the foot is broken. Make sure you elevate the foot so the swelling will come down.
If you cannot step without pain, or cannot flex (as in walking, putting the toes down while lifting the heel), you might have broken a small bone. Note, however, that E.R.'s do not normally cast a foot that has a broken small bone on top. They will cast a serious break.
Landing foot? Or grounded foot.
If it is heavy enough and hits the foot about right.
bottle hitting u in the face when launching when it comes down hits u on the head
You will certainly get hurt if you throw a hammer at your foot and the hammer hits your foot - unless it is a very light hammer or you are wearing substantial foot protection.
i would guess... turn the bottle upside down, hold a button above it and let it go. Once the button hits..mission accomplished correct?
The batter is out.
Try putting your front foot farther forward and your back foot more on the tail. That should make the nose of the board go higher so it wont hit your leg
Take your back foot and slam it on the ground, then when your tail hits the ground, slide your front foot to the curve in the board.
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A foot fault occurs when the server steps into the court before hitting the ball. If the server jumps, hits the serve, and lands in the court, then it is acceptable, but if the foot is in the court, while the ball is being served, then it is a foot fault.