300619 Jo, toe step outs

Jo, toe step outs

300619 Jo, toe step outs

Begin standing upright on both feet in a naturally balanced position.

Move your right foot out and to the side at about a 45-degree angle. Do this without twisting your hips too much to the side as you step out. After lightly touching the floor with your toes, bring your foot back to the standing position.

Now move the same foot straight out to the front of your body, lightly touch the floor with your toes and bring it back. Immediately move the same foot off to the left about 45 degrees and lightly touch the floor again. Don’t do this if it bothers your knees.

Repeat with your left foot. Do these moves 5-10 times, several times a day, until you can do them without flailing about with your arms.

Author: ActivelyFitSeniors

Danny M. O’Dell, M. A., CSCS*D is the co-owner of The Explosivelyfit Strength Training Gym, located in Nine Mile Falls, WA. He is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, with the National Strength and Conditioning Association. He has a Master's Degree in Human Services and is a strength and conditioning coach in a local School District along with being a regular contributor to the Washington State Coaches Association magazine.

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