In our last post, we covered the middle toe pull. In this post, we are covering a similar drill but targeting a different joint!
Let's talk about the area we are trying to mobilize so you can get the most out of this drill.
Locate the lateral malleolus (outside ankle), draw a line towards your pinky toe, the first depression you hit is the area we are targeting for this foot mobilization.
Oftentimes this drill is turned into a stretch rather than a mobilization. Let's see if you can isolate one small joint in your foot! We will follow up with additional variations for the rest of your foot.
Outside Toe Pull
Here's how you perform the drill:
Let's get your feet moving freely! Let us know how it goes!
(Education Credit: this drill is part of a series of mobility drills taught by Z-Health Performance Solutions - a leading educational company in neuro-centric training for pain and performance)
About the Author:
Taylor Kruse, recently featured in Men's Health, is dedicated to empowering you with the truth and tools for improved health and performance.
His inspiration stems from more than 15 years of education and coaching through systems like Zhealth Performance, The Burdenko Method, and various movement practices.
In 2013, he co-founded KRUSE ELITE with girlfriend, Alisha Hale. Both are dedicated to inspiring people, coaches, and trainers into their best health and performance.