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Advanced Exercises for Plantar Fasciitis

Short Foot - Picture tenting your arch towards the ceiling. Find points of the ball of your foot (near your big toe and pinky toe) and your heel. Bring those points together by squeezing your foot and raising your arch.


Calf Raise with Forefoot focus - Straight leg calf raise & at the end of your ankle range of motion, press your toes through the floor and attempt to rock forward onto your toes as far as you can.


Split Squat w/ Forefoot & floating heel - Find a pad/towel/block to keep under your front heel. While floating your heel and keeping 70%+ of your body weight forward onto the ball/forefoot of your front foot. Squat knee over your toes and as you come back up, keep pressure on your toes and shift your weight back to neutral where you started.


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