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I was using the Biomechanical cycle fit calculator (Biomechanicalcyclingv8) and I came across this "Pedal cleats must be in the flexing axis of your feet" what does this mean, and in particular what is the flexing axis of your feet?
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best guess: flexing axis of feet = ball of the foot i.e. where your toes bend.
interpretation; put your cleat below the ball of the foot.