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.