I hope someone here can answer this question. This excercise is described almost in all running books. It is very good for foot coordination and strengthening. Very good excercise for runners.
The excercise is as follows: press big toe to the floor while lifting smaller toes up. Reverse, lifting big toe up and pressing with smaller toes to the floor.
There are a lot of videos explaining how to do this exercise, but no one explains HOW TO LEARN to do it.
I can't isolate movement of the big toe from smaller toes. Probably this is because I have very bad toe coordination. I want to fix this.
Q: So how to learn to isolate big toe movement from the movement of smaller toes?