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Ankle Rehab V1.0

By Chris Stone

Experience
Beginner (1-2 years)
Time
34 minutes/day | 4 days/week | 3 weeks
Good for
Women's Gain Strength, Men's Gain Strength
Equipment
Bodyweight, Box, Machine, Other, Suspension (TRX)
Statistics
Average Carido Intensity
40%
Average Exertion
50%
Description

 This series of programs have been designed in order to rehabilitate any ankle injury. V1.0 is the beginner program which is perfect for those in the early stages of rehab and those who have little experience of resistance training. There are a number of important components when it comes to ankle rehabilitation. When damage occurs to structures in the ankle, these structures lose strength and proprioceptive capacity therefore, it is crucial we focus on both strength and balance work. Strength work includes basic lower body exercises such as squats and lunges whilst skipping is a fantastic exercise for rebuilding strength and mobility through the ankle. More often that not, only one ankle is injured and as a result you will also find much single leg work (in this program it's in the form of lunges, step ups, single leg balances and calf raises. The program is recommended to run for 3 weeks with 4 workout per week however, should you feel you need more work in the early stages, feel free to repeat the program for another few weeks. Once you are happy, move on to Ankle Rehab V2.0 (the intermediate stage). 

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Jump Rope: Basic Hop
4 sets, 60s, (rest 60s)
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4 sets, 15 reps, (rest 60s)
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Jump Rope: Basic Hop
4 sets, 60s, (rest 60s)
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4 sets, 15 reps, (rest 60s)
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Date Created: 5/27/2019, UTC


Last Updated: 5/20/2020, UTC

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