Foot Trainer

Feet and ankles are often overlooked during workouts, but strength in this area is the key to good balance, can help alleviate plantar fasciitis, and can have even more benefits for your overall health. This is where the Foot Gym steps in. Whether you’re an everyday runner, recovering from a foot injury, or just want to work on improving strength and stability, the gym packs in resistance training, stretching, and even massage to put feet and ankles through the paces. And the scaled-down design lets you squeeze in workouts just about anywhere. (There’s a beefed-up Pro version, too, with added resistance bands and other extra features.) Co-Founder Ryan Kole wanted to heighten his vertical jump, so to train his feet, he curled his toes in a bucket of sand. Ryan knew he could create a better, sand-free way to exercise all the muscles in his feet. So he consulted physical therapists and trainers and started prototyping his one-stop, foot-and-ankle working system.

Foot Gym

7 in 1 Foot & Ankle Exercise System

Foot Trainer

Feet and ankles are often overlooked during workouts, but strength in this area is the key to good balance, can help alleviate plantar fasciitis, and can have even more benefits for your overall health. This is where the Foot Gym steps in. Whether you’re an everyday runner, recovering from a foot injury, or just want to work on improving strength and stability, the gym packs in resistance training, stretching, and even massage to put feet and ankles through the paces. And the scaled-down design lets you squeeze in workouts just about anywhere. (There’s a beefed-up Pro version, too, with added resistance bands and other extra features.) Co-Founder Ryan Kole wanted to heighten his vertical jump, so to train his feet, he curled his toes in a bucket of sand. Ryan knew he could create a better, sand-free way to exercise all the muscles in his feet. So he consulted physical therapists and trainers and started prototyping his one-stop, foot-and-ankle working system.
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Quick Questions

Is it recommended that the average person do all of these 7 foot exercises or do they need to be recommended by a doctor?

Yes, it is recommended that the average person do these exercises; they do not need to be recommended by a doctor. This is great for overall foot strengthening and better balance.

Did Foot Gym create these exercises or are they standard exercises recommended by doctors?

Foot Gym exercises were created around those recommended by doctors, trainers, and physiotherapists for strength and conditioning. Foot Gym is a convenient, all-in-one unit that creates an angle for stretching, resistance bands for strength training, and a roller for stationary cryotherapy.

What exactly are the benefits for the average person in doing these exercises?

Prevention of minor injuries, control of various types of foot pain, improved balance, and strengthening.

How do I use the extra equipment for Foot Gym Pro?

The pro has a handle so you can do cooling cryotherapy over your entire body, as well as additional athlete-strength bands to help build up repetitions. To use Eversion: put your foot on the foot gym and put the band on the left...move your foot to the left with controlled repetitions, then move the band to the right side of the foot gym and move your foot to the right. Doesn't take much to start strengthening. It is all about repetitions, and you should move your toes instead of your entire foot to get the workout. This video has an explanation of how to use the features of Foot Gym.

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Foot Gym

7 in 1 Foot & Ankle Exercise System

Foot Trainer

Feet and ankles are often overlooked during workouts, but strength in this area is the key to good balance, can help alleviate plantar fasciitis, and can have even more benefits for your overall health. This is where the Foot Gym steps in.

Whether you’re an everyday runner, recovering from a foot injury, or just want to work on
improving strength and stability, the gym packs in resistance training, stretching, and even massage to put feet and ankles through the paces.

And the scaled-down design lets you squeeze in workouts just about anywhere. (There’s a beefed-up Pro version, too, with added resistance bands and other extra features.)

Co-Founder Ryan Kole wanted to heighten his vertical jump, so to train his feet, he curled his toes in a bucket of sand. Ryan knew he could create a better, sand-free way to exercise all the muscles in his feet. So he consulted physical therapists and trainers and started prototyping his one-stop, foot-and-ankle working system.
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Only your feet are allowed in this gym.

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Quick Questions

Is it recommended that the average person do all of these 7 foot exercises or do they need to be recommended by a doctor?

Yes, it is recommended that the average person do these exercises; they do not need to be recommended by a doctor. This is great for overall foot strengthening and better balance.

Did Foot Gym create these exercises or are they standard exercises recommended by doctors?

Foot Gym exercises were created around those recommended by doctors, trainers, and physiotherapists for strength and conditioning. Foot Gym is a convenient, all-in-one unit that creates an angle for stretching, resistance bands for strength training, and a roller for stationary cryotherapy.

What exactly are the benefits for the average person in doing these exercises?

Prevention of minor injuries, control of various types of foot pain, improved balance, and strengthening.

How do I use the extra equipment for Foot Gym Pro?

The pro has a handle so you can do cooling cryotherapy over your entire body, as well as additional athlete-strength bands to help build up repetitions. To use Eversion: put your foot on the foot gym and put the band on the left...move your foot to the left with controlled repetitions, then move the band to the right side of the foot gym and move your foot to the right. Doesn't take much to start strengthening. It is all about repetitions, and you should move your toes instead of your entire foot to get the workout. This video has an explanation of how to use the features of Foot Gym.

Learn more about the product

7-in-1 Foot & Ankle Exercise System see details