How much time do you spend on your feet?
With 26 bones (One-quarter of the bones in the human body are in the feet.), 33 joints and more than 100 muscles, tendons and ligaments, the foot is obviously an incredibly important part of our body.
Whether you’re working at a desk all day or you are a competitive athlete, we all need to address the health and function of our feet and ankles.
The Orange County Fitness Playground is known around the nation for its focus on mobility before stability, stability before strength, strength before power, and power with endurance, and we want to share some of our secrets with you, so you can improve your feet and ankles.
Just like every other body part, we need to improve the mobility, stability, strength and function of our feet as well as our ankles.
The video below will help you improve your feet and ankles with mobility, stability, strength, and function by walking you through a few of Innovative Results’ favorite drills:
Healthy and Functionally Strong Feet and Ankles Can Help You:
- Improve Awareness and Control
- Provide Valuable Feedback from our environment
- Improve balance and coordination
- Increase strength and power output
- Decrease Pain in Your Knees, Hips, and Back
If you would be interested in learning more about strengthening your feet and ankles, please fill out the form at the bottom of this article to schedule your free trial.
One of our incredible coaches will set you up with the soonest available times.
Click the image below to find out more about how Innovative Results Active Recovery Classes can help you improve the quality of your life and the function of your feet and ankles.
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