Simply roll the exercise band over the leg bone onto the talus and mobilize for 1-2 minutes.
This can help improve ankle mobility and symptoms almost immediately. Compare your before and after results!
Recent or lingering ankle sprains can give you discomfort, instability or even a feeling a weakness at the front of the ankle. Mobility exercises can reduce these symptoms by improving the function of the ankle. It should not replace full management by a professional, however my experience is that this is very effective.
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Try this simple 5 minute home test to find our your risk of injury, and your lower limb performance.
The Y-balance test is well documented to highlight functional differences between limbs, which can often occur after injuries like ankle sprain, patellofemoral pain syndrome, and ACL tears.
It can also give athletes a great pre-season baseline score for comparison against future injuries.
Challenge your friends and teammates and share your score on your club website.
My forward reach was 96.14%.
Good luck and stay safe out there!