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Feet Exercises For Seniors + 2 Tips to Keep Your Feet Functioning Well (11 Minutes)

FEET EXERCISES FOR SENIORS // SIMPLE FEET EXERCISES

When it comes to exercising our feet, unless we have pain in our feet or undertake in a hobby or sport which requires we do exercises, they’re not usually a part of the body we think about exercising.

When we exercise our feet we can keep them healthy, keep them strong, keep ourselves moving much better AND also decrease pain.

In this video I cover two tips to keep your feet functioning like they should AND we go through a foot exercise routine!

To skip to the exercises go to 2:35.

FOOT EXERCISE ROUTINE:
Exercise: 1: Self Massage to Foot with Tennis Ball – 30 seconds each foot
Exercise 2: Toe, Foot and Ankle Stretch – 30 seconds each side
Exercise 3: Ankle Circles – 8 circles clockwise, 8 circles anti clockwise -each foot
Exercise 4: Toe Raises – x 10 each foot.
Exercise 5: Toe Raise + Spread x 10 each foot
Exercise 6: Seated Calf Raise x 10
Exercise 7: Seated Toe Raise x 10
Exercise 8: Toe Flexions x 10

ENJOY these exercises!

Do your best with it, let me know how you go and ask any questions, any time!

Stay Active! Stay Happy!

– Mike

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