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Your calves probably aren't a muscle group you think of very often-they do their thing, and you do yours. That is, until they demand your attention with that nagging, tight feeling. Your calves get tight over time when you don't move them through a regular range of motion. For example, if you sit at a desk all day without walking around, your knee and ankle joints pretty much stay in one position (which means your calves aren't moving, either).
In this video, he shares a foot and ankle mobility drill to keep yourself healthy and injury-free. The movements target the small joints in your mid-foot and rear-foot and reinforce your ankle range of motion. Add it to your mobility routine to give your feet some much-needed care.
Spencer Aiken, CSCS is a Fitness Educator and Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist through the NSCA, National Strength and Conditioning Association.
Spencer Aiken has educated hundreds of personal trainers on how to become a successful certified personal trainer and entrepreneur within the fitness industry. With more than 25 years of experience in the health and fitness industry as well as 10 plus years teaching fitness and business, he has an in-depth knowledge of all facets of the fitness industry.
As a co-founder of Fitness Educators, he is an internationally recognized author and educator who has been published in several countries as well as teaching educational workshops across the United States and internationally.