HOW: Start first by balancing on one leg. Once you feel you are balanced, slowly bring your other leg behind you and move it left and right. As you move your leg, you'll notice that balancing is harder! The faster and the greater distance...

HOW: Sit down with your feet directly below your knees. Drive the balls of your feet into the ground and raise your heels off the ground. Your knees should come up in the position while the balls of your feet remain in contact with...

HOW: Sit down with your foot directly below your knee. You will be performing this exercise with only one leg. Drive the balls of your feet into the ground and raise your heels off the ground. Your knees should come up in the position...

HOW: In a comfortable sitting position with your feet out in front of you, place a resistance band around the balls of your foot.  Keep your foot in a neutral position, with the toes pointed straight up and your ankle at a 90 deg...

HOW: Place a resistance band around your forefoot, holding onto the band with your hand to the inside of your foot or tying the band to a sturdy anchor. Apply resistance to the band by pulling the band with your hands or by scooting...

HOW: First tie a band around a sturdy anchor. Then place the looped part of the band around the front part of your forefoot. With resistance on the band, slowly bend your ankle upwards towards the sky and towards you. Then slowly lower it....

HOW: Draw circles with your ankle. You can draw clockwise or counter-clockwise circles. If after a surgery or injury, make sure to follow the instructions of your physical therapist as there may be ranges of motion you want to be careful with.   FEEL: You...

HOW: While standing on one leg, you are going to reach the other leg in 3 different directions as you perform a single leg mini squat to draw the letter 'Y' behind you.   FEEL: You should feel the thigh muscles and butt muscles working...

HOW: Get set-up seated with the handle of a kettlebell around the top of your foot. Get it as high as you can on your foot, not just on your toes. Have your heel supported on an elevated position to go through your full...

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