Exercising: How to Keep Moving with a Foot Injury

Check out these websites for ideas of how to stay active in a safe and effective way while injured!


Exercise video for leg strength! --> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bsMrL_U7Hsk

Total body exercise video! --> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1zyq_vFCxjY 

And remember, this is temporary! The most important thing is to give your body what it needs to heal. Focusing on nutrition is another important way to help you meet your goals during your healing process. 

Be sure to talk to your doctor before starting any exercise routine, especially after an injury. 

Modified Push-Ups

 Perform knee push-ups by placing your hands shoulder-width apart under your shoulders and resting your lower body on your knees. Remember, place pressure on the soft part above your knee!

Seated Arm Workout


Triceps Extensions


Shoulder Press


Bicep Curls

Resistance Core Workout

10-10-10 for 2 Minutes

Day 1:

Banded Bicycle crunches, straight leg sit ups, heel touches

Day 2:

Superman with resistance band abduction, Resistance band scissor kicks, Glute Bridges

Day 3:

Leg raises (3-2-1 down), Crunches, Jack Knives

Day 4:

Resistance band flutter kicks, wide leg sit ups, 10 sec hollow hold

Day 5

Bird Dogs, Body Ups, Pushups