I'm Jennifer McCamish, and today we are going to show you how to properly stretch the sole of the foot. The feet get a lot of wear and tear with walking, running and jumping and standing daily. So it's important to keep the foot supple and flexible so that you can promote proper biomechanics and avoid chronic problems. Our first exercise is pointing and flexing with a Thera-Band. You want to place the Thera-Band around the ball of the foot, standing up tall and exhaling as you point that foot completely and then allow that resistance to slowly pull back into a flex. This can also be done sitting down if it's not as comfortable standing up. Our next exercise is going to be rolling the feet. So connect the heels together, opening the toes, bending the knees, keeping the heels planted into the ground as you roll with the foot to the demi point, up to the balls, stretch the legs and lower again with control. Continue doing this, you can also reverse this pattern and our last exercise is a tendu where you are really working through the articulation of the foot, toe, ball, heel, taking it back out and in. Again you want to feel the resistance both directions to get the most out of the exercise and stretch.