HOW: Anchor a band under the bottom of one foot. Cross the other leg over placing that ankle on top of the other knee. Loop the band around the foot. The band should be pulling your ankle/foot down. From here, move your foot up...

HOW: Slightly bend your knee with your toe pointed forward. Use a wall for balance and push through the balls of your foot raising your heels off of the ground. Your entire body should be going up with the heel raise. Push through all...

HOW: Slightly bend your knees with your toes pointed forward. Use a wall for balance and push through the balls of your feet raising your heels off of the ground. Your entire body should be going up with the heel raise. Push through all...

HOW: Position the step against a wall. Place the balls of your foot on the edge of the step. Slightly bend your knee and raise your heel off of the ground. Your entire body should be going up with the heel raise. Hold onto...

HOW: Position the step against a wall. Place the balls of your feet on the edge of the step. Slightly bend your knees and raise your heels off of the ground. Your entire body should be going up with the heel raise. Hold onto...

HOW: Place a tennis ball, lacrosse ball, or any other small circular like object in between your heels. Squeeze the ball with your heelas and keep that constant tension during the whole exercise. Then, push up with your toes raising your heels. Make sure...

HOW: Get set up in a standing position and make sure you're barefoot when performing this exercise. To begin the exercise, lift your arch while focusing on putting pressure into the ground with the knuckle of your big toe and trying to pull that...

HOW: Get set up in seated position and make sure you're barefoot when performing this exercise. To begin the exercise, lift your arch while focusing on putting pressure into the ground with the knuckle of your big toe and trying to pull that knuckle...

HOW: Get set up standing with a theraband under the knuckle of your big toe on one side. Begin the exercise by lifting your arch and assuming optimal foot/ankle position, then balance on that leg for that time prescribed.   FEEL: You should feel all...

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