7 months ago

Ankle mobility and balance routine (home exercise video)

Here's another video I've made for you... Our members asked for exercises to help them reduce stiffness around their ankles and improve their balance. So I put together a short routine and made this video!


This easy to follow video includes exercises to reduce stiffness and improve range of motion in your ankles (and knees). This routine will strengthen your calf muscles. It also works the small muscles around your ankles which are so important for balance.

These exercises will help you to feel stronger and steadier on your feet. You will notice the difference when faced with irregular paving stones around town and when walking on uneven ground (in the park or garden).

As your ankles become stronger and more mobile, you will also feel steadier on the stairs.

As you improve your balance, you will feel more confident going up and down the stairs. Having more control through your ankles will reduce your risk of falling on the stairs. 

"Thank you! This video was very good and well explained." Janet, 73 (London)

You don't need any equipment for this 20-minute video, and it adds some good variety when combined with our other videos.

We have written a PDF guide to accompany our home exercise videos. Our free guide - Safe and Successful Home Exercise with Vida Wellness - answers all the questions we get asked about using the videos at home and will help you to make the most of the videos.

Sign up for our newsletter below and we will send you a link to all 5 videos (to make it easy to do them anytime, anywhere), plus your free PDF guide to Safe and Successful Home Exercise with Vida Wellness. 

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The videos are all online (you don't need to download anything) and you can watch them at any time, on any device.


All material in this article is provided for information and educational purposes only. It is not advice and should not be relied on as such. Always consult an exercise or health professional if you have any health issues and need personalised advice. With this in mind, we hope you enjoy reading our articles.


Written by Claudine Aherne - Exercise Specialist and Founder, Vida Wellness