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06-24-2009, 10:49 PM
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Originally Posted by MistaWrista View Post
Balance on one foot as long as you can. Start with 10 seconds each, then build up to 20 and 30. When you can do that, you should begin holding weights in each hand. Once you can balance on 1 ankle for 60 seconds with 100 lbs added, you'll never have ankle problems again.
This is the exercise that I do. This exercise was recommended by my trainer at my gym, and it has helped my ankles tremendously since. I play soccer and hockey, and I used to constantly roll and sprain my ankles. The need to cut back and forth in soccer weakened my ankles over time, and in turn affected my play in hockey. This exercise has strengthened my ankles a lot, I strongly recommend this.

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