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Exercises to Increase Ankle Stability and Power

Do you every feel sore ankles in the morning? Or pain during a little sprint? How often do you look at your ankles and focus on rotating the joint? The very foundation of many movements requires our feet for both Mobility and Stability. It’s easy to shrug off early morning soreness to past injuries or ‘getting older’ aches. There are many reasons why it may happen but fortunately there are a handful of instinctual movements that you can do on a slanted [...]

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Calf, Achilles Tendon and Foot Stretches with the Posturenomic Slant Board

The Achilles tendon or heel cord is the largest tendon in the body, stretching from the calcaneus (back of the heel) to the calf muscles. The calf is comprised of two 2 muscles; Gastrocnemius originates on the medial and lateral condyles of the femur while the Soleus are distal originating on the tibia and fibula. The gastrocnemius has two heads that proximally attach to the tibia and fibula causing the posterior ascetics of the calf. The Soleus is found [...]

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