HOW:  Get set-up balancing on one foot. Begin this exercise by reaching as far as you can forward with the foot that is in the air. Then return to starting position and reach backward with the leg in the air while allowing your body...

HOW: Get set up in a standing position. Begin this exercise by bouncing on the balls of your feet moving forward <> backward. Think of yourself as a rubber band or a spring loaded coil. Be bouncy!   FEEL: You should focus on maintaining a rigid/stiff foot/ankle...

HOW:  Get your foot set-up and supported on an elevated surface while balancing on the other leg. To perform the mobilization, bring your knee and shin bone forward over your toes while keeping your heel down on the ground. While driving the knee forward,...

HOW: Get set up in a standing position balancing on one foot on a firm surface. While maintaining balance, reach with your opposite foot in a Y-orientation - see video for demonstration and tips.   FEEL: This should feel like you're promoting and controlling motion...

HOW: Get set up in a standing position balancing on one foot on a foam pad or unstable surface like a pillow. While maintaining balance, reach with your opposite foot in a Y-orientation - see video for demonstration and tips.   FEEL: This should feel...

HOW: Get set up in seated position with your foot placed on top of a towel and make sure you're barefoot when performing this exercise. To begin the exercise, curl/bend your toes to bunch up the towel under your toes/foot. Lift your foot up...

HOW: Get set up standing on a firm surface with adequate space around you. With this exercise, imagine you are standing in the middle of a phone pad on #5. Begin the exercise by toe tapping on #1-9 while maintaining all your weight on...

HOW: Get set up standing on a firm surface with adequate space around you. With this exercise, imagine you are standing in the middle of a phone pad on #5. Begin the exercise by stepping on #1-9 while maintaining one foot flat on #5,...

HOW: Get set up standing near a wall or a surface/object you can use to help with balance. Place your heels on an elevated so that you're resting in a heel-lifted position. Begin the exercise by pushing down into the ground through the balls...

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