AROM inversion/eversion

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  • Sets
    3
  • Repetitions
    10
Step 1

Sit with your legs straight and with a belt or towel tied around your foot.

Step 2

By pulling on one end of the belt, move your sole towards the outside and then to the inside as far as you can. Maintain the position and repeat.

AROM inversion/eversion
AROM inversion/eversion
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