Standing Heel Raise with Support


  1. Reps, Sets, and Frequency

  1. Reps: 10
  2. Sets: 1
  3. Daily: 1
  4. Weekly: 7

Steps 1 & 2

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Begin in a standing upright position holding onto a stable surface in front of you for support.


  1. Slowly raise your heels off the ground as far as you can
  2. Then lower them back to the floor
  3. Repeat


  • Make sure to keep the balls of your feet on the ground and maintain your balance during the repeat.
  • Begin by holding on with both hands, as the exercise becomes easier progress to one hand and then no arm support.
  • Start with 1 set of 10 and work up to 3 sets of 10.

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