High toes are great for activating your lower leg, feet, ankles, and toes. It aids in proprioception development that is crucial for injury prevention. As your toes push down into the ground they should spread creating a greater surface area and over time this spreading will create a stronger platform. This exercise is done best with no shoes but on a clay court (this video) we prefer using shoes.


Pre-training and playing


To feel. We suggest up and back from baseline to the net 1-2 times.