Hello, my name is Amber Nimedez-Lyftogt with LIVESTRONG.COM, and today I'm going to teach you some low impact cardio for foot pain. So, if you have foot pain, I recommend doing the following exercises before you any sort of cardio. The first one are foot circles and point flexes. I'm going to come down onto my mat, lay down on my back and I'm going to interlace my fingers and hold onto the back of my left leg. I'm going to extend my right leg out, flex my right foot and then I'm going to do circles with my left foot, relaxing my shoulders, big foot circles, full range of motion one direction and then the opposite direction. And you can do about 20 of these each direction. And then, you're going to take the foot and you're going to point it up and then you're going to point it down. So, you're going to flex and point, about 20 times, keeping the bottom leg nice and tight as well. And then when you're done, you're going to switch legs. And then I'm going to grab a strap and do a supine calf and hamstring stretch. So, I'm going to go ahead and kind of support my foot with the strap and then I'm going to go ahead and lay back down flexing my foot, I'm going to gently pull down on my strap, keeping my foot flexed. And I'm just going to tighten up my leg, pull my shoulders back and hold this position for about ten seconds. And then, I'm going to lower my leg down to about here and really pull on the strap, opening up my shoulders, tightening up my leg and then I'm going to bring my foot right back up and then I'm going to switch. So, I'm going to interlace my fingers behind my back, pull my shoulders back and then, I'm just going to step side to side and you could do this for about 30 seconds to a minute, putting really light pressure on my feet. And then, the other one I like to do are high knees. And all you have to do again, roll your shoulders back, lift up your knees up and down; one foot on the ground, the other one is lifting up and you can do this for about 20 to 30 seconds. And you can alternate the two and do it for a couple of minutes, you'll get some good low-impact cardio especially if you have foot pain. My name is Amber Nimedez-Lyftogt with LIVESTRONG.COM.