Here’s a Foam Rolling Routine you can do when recovering from a foot or ankle injury. Help your body heal and feel better with these self massage exercises.
No injury is a good injury… but foot injuries? They are pretty brutal aren’t they? The healing process is long and often an emotional roller coaster of ups and downs; good and bad days. If you are struggling with an injury right now I want you to know: you are not alone. I know how you feel and my heart goes out to you!
Healing from a foot injury can cause all sorts of aches and pains in your body. Moving around in a boot or being less active can make your muscles tight, tense, and restricted. In fact, because moving around in a boot can put your hips on different levels, you are at a higher risk for hurting your back or coming across other painful injuries from compensating just to get around. Foam rolling is a great way to loosen up stiff muscles, improve your range of motion, correct these imbalances, and feel better. This Foam Rolling Routine is designed to help you relieve the muscular tightness and tension that comes from dealing with a foot or ankle injury.
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I’ve been in your shoes (and your boot). I’ve felt the sadness, fear, anxiety, depression, isolation, frustration, regret, anger, physical and emotional upset of dealing with a foot injury. I’ve felt it all. That’s why I created my full Hurt Foot Fitness program to support people everywhere in staying fit, positive, and well when recovering from a foot or ankle injury. Are you ready to be a Hurt Foot Fitness success story? Roll out your mat, grab your foam roller and press play on the video below.
Foam Rolling Routine for Hurt Foot or Ankle Injury. Help Your Body Feel Better With These Exercises.
I am here to use my expertise and experience to give you guidance, hope, strength, and light during the frustrating process of being sidelined from the active life you love. I believe in you and your body’s ability to heal. Try this video and give your body a little love and T.L.C. while it recovers from injury! Let me know how you feel after you give it a try in the comments below. Stay strong and keep smiling my friends, I am cheering for you.
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