Developing Ankle Mobility

Yesterday’s post produced a question about developing ankle mobility so that heel lifts aren’t necessary.  Here’s a quick ankle mobility drill. However, I’ll repeat what I said in the comments section. I don’t like to restrict lower body strength development if a person lacks ankle mobility. Lower body strength is the best injury prevention tool in the world.


3 Responses to “Developing Ankle Mobility”

  1. mboyle1959 Says:

    Kyle- widening the stance is a temporary solution. An excessively wide stance puts most athletes in a poor position to move.

  2. Ankle mobility is good. But you could just widen their stance.

  3. […] with simple, self-performed exercises that athletes can do on their own to improve that motion: Mike Boyle and Sports Medicine Research […]

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