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Proprioception Exercises for ANKLES (Balance Techniques!)



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There are MANY proprioception exercises you can use to help strengthen the ankles and lower legs, these are just some of them. Proprioception is a fancy word for body awareness for various parts of the body. This video focuses on proprioception exercises for the ankle using different surfaces, standing on a single leg, movement with eyes closed, body weight only or using resistance. Remember, there are a number of ways to build up and better ‘feel’ those ankles in space.

It really comes down to creating a stronger connection.

Connecting the mind to the intended body part and establishing control. Proprioception exercises are great for all types of people: high level athletes, people going through rehabilitation and for seniors. The mind muscle connection is a super important relationship to spend time on reinforcing. These balance exercises and techniques help to create a stronger connection and ultimately stronger ankles and legs.

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24 Comments
  1. Criticalbench 9 months ago
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    𝐅𝐑𝐄𝐄 𝐑𝐄𝐏𝐎𝐑𝐓! 𝟑 𝐁𝐞𝐬𝐭 𝐖𝐚𝐲𝐬 𝐭𝐨 𝐈𝐦𝐩𝐫𝐨𝐯𝐞 𝐘𝐨𝐮𝐫 𝐏𝐨𝐬𝐭𝐮𝐫𝐞: http://www.criticalbench.com/3-best-ways-posture

  2. RPIXELN 9 months ago
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    This seems great for balance training for skating

  3. Valbona Sakica 9 months ago
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    Super helpful!

  4. qwer tyuiop 9 months ago
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    I was trying to master Lunges exercises with one ankle off the ground on a bench. I am struggling with it. I am thinking doing some proprioception exercises would help.

  5. Kevin West 9 months ago
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    Because of nerve damage to my hands I can no long lift free weights and have to use machines but doing stop cost me the basic included core workout of having to stabilize my body myself. I’m so thankful I found this video! Thank you.

  6. David van der Goes 9 months ago
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    My son (17 kg) sits on my shoulders and covers my eyes (and wiggles around) while I do balancing drills!

  7. T.E.G. Fitness 9 months ago
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    What is the pad called? Great vid

  8. Mirjana Peran 9 months ago
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    Great exercises! Tnx

  9. rick L 9 months ago
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    Never had an ankle exercise before thank you!

  10. Sec Girl 9 months ago
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    Fantastic overview of progression….much clearer than what my PT guys did….never explained it well!

  11. oingo boingo 9 months ago
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    excellent info -just what I was looking for thumbs up!

  12. Sizzler 14 9 months ago
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    Wow thank you. This is exactly what I was looking for! Subscribed x

  13. arym hansie 9 months ago
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    I sprained my ankle 6 weeks ago-your video helped me on how to do these exercises correctly, thank you so much!

  14. Frank Lane 9 months ago
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    Errata: loo,should be look

  15. Frank Lane 9 months ago
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    Coach Chris, Just wanted to write and thank you for this. Most guys doing these types of videos just come off as "loo at me I've got the stuff". You honestly taught us and I appreciate it.

    Best,
    lanef

  16. Cry Aloud and Spare Not 9 months ago
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    Hey thanks for the video! Much better exercises than what I learned at PT. Will try them later.

  17. Lynn Williams 9 months ago
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    Great. Thank you.

  18. Tactical Gopher 9 months ago
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    These types of exercises will be used to improve my squat, thanks for posting

  19. mutz-xl 9 months ago
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    Real question: is there any evidence of effectivenes on these?

  20. Troy Hagen 9 months ago
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    AWESOME VIDEO, THANKS. GREAT INFORMATION. Love it.

  21. Madeline Texas 9 months ago
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    Cool 😎 video I like this 👍🏼

  22. Arcade Party 9 months ago
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    I always see these for kids in education type stores, must do something for learning or the brain also.

  23. jabaris 9 months ago
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    Had a hip replacement in feb party of my PT was foot and ankle strength , this was a great surprise video thanks

  24. Maureen Pirone 9 months ago
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    Proprioception is so important! I lost the sense when I fractured an ankle and still haven't regained it fully years later.

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