Lower Leg Exercises - Bodyweight

Other ways to work your Lower Legs: Bosu Free Weight Machine Medicine Ball Resistance Tube Stability Ball Wobble Board

Exercises with your lower legs as the primary target:

  • Calf Press

    You can strengthen your calves with this exercise anywhere: on the floor or on the edge of a step, with or without added resistance.

  • Eversion

    These simple ankle movements can be done anytime, anywhere, and can help prevent ankle sprains and possibly ankle breaks.

  • Inversion

    These simple ankle movements can be done anytime, anywhere, and can help prevent ankle sprains and possibly ankle breaks.

  • Toe Lift

    You can do these at your desk, in a grocery store line, or in your airplane seat. In the absence of an anterior tibialis machine, this is helpful for athletes who play soccer, snowboard, and other sports which rely on lower leg muscles. Also known as To

  • Single Calf Press

    This strengthens one leg at a time while also challenging your balance.

Exercises with your lower legs as a contributor:

  • Leg Extension

    This can be done anywhere, from your kitchen to standing at a bus stop, so you'll always have a reason to do them.

  • Lunges

    Lunges can be done anywhere and just a few can really fatigue your leg and hip muscles.

  • Squats

    Squats can be done anywhere, with or without weight.

  • Heel Dips

    This one legged knee bend is one of the best ways to challenge your balance and build strength in your knee.

  • Hip Adduction With Squats

    This exercise strengthens the thighs and challenges your balance as you stand on one leg.

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