The ankle does not contain any muscles. To increase the force with which you can flex or extend your foot at the ankle joint, you will need to work on your calf and shin muscles.
the antagonist in dorsiflexion at the ankle is the soleus.
Ankle dorsiflexion is when the ankle is moved back towards the body. The muscles involved in this movement is the ankle extensor.
The muscles, ligaments, and tendons.
It could be possibly because you may not be used to doing stuff like a handstand or a cartwheel. If you are not careful, you might invert or bend your hand or ankle easily. For a ankle, I'm not sure you could get it other than letting your ankle do whatever it wants. Basically, what I am trying to say is that your feet could invert somehow doing something like this. Falling is more common in my experience.
There are two: the tibialis anterior muscle aids in inverting the ankle and dorsiflexing the foot and the peroneus longus muscles aids in everting the ankle and plantarflexing the foot.
There is no muscle in the ankle. There are muscles that affect the movement of the ankle. These include the tibialis anterior, extensor digitorum, and peroneus in the anterior compartment. And the soleus and gastrocnemius in the posterior compartment.
Invert Level and Invert Elevation are one in the same. Invert Level = Invert Elevation (IE).
The main muscle used would be the tibialis anterior