This ankle pain relief exercises routine may help strengthen, relieve pain, and loosen up the muscles across the ankle and foot area. These ankle exercises are done in real time, so it’s easy to follow together with the routine. Buy a worksheet with these ankle exercises
Start off this ankle routine with a warmup of ankle pumps and ankle circles to assist get the muscles warm and loose.
Next, standing heel/toe raises are great to assist strengthen the ankle muscles including the calf muscles and anterior tibialis muscles.
Balance exercises are great for not only the ankle muscles, but in addition muscles within the knees, hips, and feet. Romberg stance, tandem stance, and single leg balance are great ways to strengthen the entire lower body.
Finally, squats at a chair will help strengthen the entire body as well.
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Ankle Pain Relief Exercises – 5 Minute Real Time Routine:
00:00 – Ankle Pain Relief Routine
00:27 – Ankle Pumps
00:49 – Ankle Circles
01:09 – Standing Heel/Toe Raises
02:28 – Romberg Stance
02:59 – Romberg Stance with Head Side to Side
03:24 – Romberg Stance with Eyes Closed
03:33 – Romberg Stance with Head Up and Down
03:52 – Tandem Stance
05:15 – Single Leg Stance (SLS)
06:40 – Squats at a Chair
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