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If you’re looking to amp up your fitness routine, you need to get unstable.
Performing classic single-leg exercises while standing on a foam pad, like the
one pictured above by Aeromat, is simple way to do this. The squishy surface
forces your core and legs to work harder, increasing your strength gains and
caloric burn. Standing on the soft surface also strengthens your feet and
ankles, which is important if you’re flirting with the barefoot running trend
or plan to spend lots of time hiking hilly terrain this Summer.
To get started, try this three-exercise progression I learned from my Equinox
trainer Lauren. Once you’ve mastered a variation, try the next level up. As
you experiment with these moves, you will feel your weight shift from side to
side on your foot, which means the muscles that support your arch and ankle
are working. If you find your feet cramping, spread your toes wide in your
shoes or try the exercise in just socks.
Learn the moves after the break.
Very Thin Light pink Ankle Socks