Superior Stretch

SuperiorArch®

Dancing

Dancers often need a foot stretcher to stretch and strengthen the upper arch of the foot for correct positioning of the feet in Jazz, Tap, Lyrical, General Ballet and Pointe Ballet. A common upper arch exercise is performed by having a fellow dancer…

Read More

Gymnastics

Competitive Gymnasts often need a Foot Stretcher to stretch and strengthen the upper arch of the foot for correct positioning of the feet and toes in Acro Gymnastics, Floor, Beam, Bars and Ring Events. A common upper arch exercise is performed…

Read More

Swimming

Competitive Swimmers & Divers often need a Foot Stretcher to stretch and strengthen the upper arch of the foot for correct positioning of the feet and toes in Speed Swimming, Synchronized Swimming and Diving Events. A common upper arch exercise is performed…

Read More

How the SuperiorArch® Works

The SuperiorArch® has a custom designed incline molded into the select wood base. This allows room for the heel to rotate down avoiding impingement of the heel bones. High Density Foam Pads are placed at the arch and heel contact points. The SuperiorArch® is completely covered with two inch Premium Foam for foot comfort. An adjustable Velcro Flap properly secures any size foot to the SuperiorArch®.

Frequently Asked Questions

How to use the SuperiorArch®

The SuperiorArch® is very easy to use.

1. Place the foot under Velcro strap and tightly secure the Velcro flaps over the top of the foot making sure the heel is behind the incline bump.

2. Then slowly stretch the upper arch of the foot by lowering the leg toward the floor. Stretch as far as you can without causing pain. Hold the stretch and count to ten; then slowly release and repeat.

Note: Recommended stretching programs with the SuperiorArch® will vary depending on the one’s age, skill level, fitness level and activity being trained for. For beginners, it is often recommended that an individual stretch at least twice a day.

Detailed Instructions