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Ankles shouldn't be neglected during your strength-training routine. Strong, flexible ankles are an important foundation, helping prevent injury whether you're running back and forth on the tennis court or running to catch the bus. Just a few minutes a day can help keep the sprains away.
Help your knees!! Seriously. I found this ages ago when my knee acted up from squats or even just too much bending in yoga. This is a list with videos and images of GREAT, easy exercises you can do to strengthen the muscles that support you knee, gently! Great to do before bed as these aren't intense, just efficient!
Got knee pain? You probably need to work on your ankles. Over time, especially if you spend a lot of time sitting, your ankles lose range of motion—which forces your knees to compensate (and complain). Do this move as part of your warm-up, or anytime you like. You'll see the benefits in your walk, run, or strength workout almost immediately.