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Roll Ball Peroneus

Roll Ball Peroneus

"Roll Ball Peroneus" is a unique and effective exercise that targets the peroneus muscles, which are located on the outer part of your lower leg. This exercise helps to strengthen and stabilize these muscles, which play a crucial role in ankle and foot movements. By incorporating the "Roll Ball Peroneus" exercise into your workout routine, you can enhance your balance, prevent ankle injuries, and improve your overall lower body strength. To perform the "Roll Ball Peroneus" exercise, you will need a small exercise ball or a tennis ball. Begin by sitting on a chair or a stability ball with both feet flat on the ground. Place the ball under the foot of the leg you want to work on. Apply gentle pressure to the ball by rolling it back and forth across the width of your foot, from your toes to your heel. You should feel a deep stretch along the outer edge of your foot and lower leg. It's essential to maintain proper form throughout this exercise. Avoid putting excessive pressure on the ball and continue to breathe deeply as you roll it back and forth. Aim for 10-15 repetitions on each foot, gradually increasing the number of repetitions as your strength improves. It's important to note that this exercise may feel uncomfortable or intense at first, but with regular practice, you'll notice improvements in your stability and overall lower body strength. Including the "Roll Ball Peroneus" exercise in your fitness routine can notably benefit athletes, individuals recovering from ankle injuries, or anyone looking to enhance their lower body strength and stability. Remember to warm up adequately before any exercise and consult with a fitness professional or healthcare provider if you have any concerns or pre-existing medical conditions that may affect your ability to perform this exercise safely.


  • Start by sitting on the floor with your legs extended straight in front of you.
  • Place a small exercise ball or a rolled-up towel under the arch of your right foot.
  • Keeping your left leg straight and your upper body relaxed, gently press down on the ball or towel with your right foot.
  • Hold the contraction for a few seconds and then release.
  • Repeat the exercise for the desired number of repetitions and then switch to the left foot.

Tips & Tricks

  • Focus on engaging your core muscles throughout the exercise
  • Start with a lighter ball and gradually increase the weight as you get stronger
  • Maintain a controlled and steady pace to maximize the effectiveness of the exercise
  • Ensure proper form by keeping your feet hip-width apart and toes slightly turned out
  • Don't rush through the movement, take your time to feel the muscles working
  • Include this exercise as part of a well-rounded leg and lower body workout routine
  • Listen to your body and stop if you experience any pain or discomfort
  • Consult with a fitness professional for personalized guidance and modifications
  • Stay hydrated and fuel your body with proper nutrition for optimal performance
  • Allow for adequate rest and recovery between workout sessions

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