Calf (Gastrocnemius & Soleus) Stretch
To ease the tightness in the leg muscles that has been immobile for hours from sitting
Place both hands on the back of a chair with arms extended. Step forward with the right leg. Keep the right leg bent and the left leg straighten at the back.
Keep the left heel on the floor and move hips slightly forward. Feel the stretch at the back of the calf.
Hold for 20s. Relax and repeat three times on each side.
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