Seven ankle and foot exercises in one device, see full list of exercises in User Guide
Strengthens neglected foot and ankle muscles, increases stability, and improves balance
Massage roller can be filled with water and frozen or filled with warm water for soothing massage therapy and pain relief
Great for those looking for a competitive advantage in running, jumping, and balance
Regular use helps prevents foot & ankle injuries
Easy to use while sitting or standing
Also used to treat plantar fasciitis, achilles tendonitis, and foot pain
Can be used for rehab for injury or for post-surgery recovery
Please note: Contains latex
Hand wash with soap and water as needed
Foot Gym: Angled platform with non-slip anti-microbial footpad, three level resistance bands for light, medium, or firm resistance, massage roller, and exercise instructions; Foot Gym Pro: Foot Gym components and additional pivoting handle for massage roller to access other body parts, four additional resistance bands for inversion/eversion exercises
You can help alleviate plantar fasciitis, boost your balance and more with this all-in-one workout system for feet and ankles. The seven exercises and stretches will help improve strength and stability in this often-overlooked part of your body. The mini ramp-like station packs it all in—resistance training, stretching, and even massage.
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.