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Hey, eyes down here.... Calves- My arch nemesis. I was not blessed with good genetics when it comes to calves. You name an exercise or variation and I bet you I’ve done it. My insertions are high, and they are just straight up small. I have had a plethora of ankle injuries over the past 10 years which certainly does not help either. My ligaments are stretched and some are probably torn as well. My ankles and feet crack like there’s no tomorrow. The odds are against me, but believe it or not I have gotten them to grow a bit within the last few years and here is how.
First, let’s talk execution. The two main cues I have is to 1- make sure you get all the way to the shortened (contracted position) and 2- do NOT roll your ankle out, but keep them in a straight plane the entire set while pressing up on your big toe. When you think you’ve gotten all the way up, try to get up a bit further. That is a fully contracted calf.
Other cues are to keep the movement controlled, and not to move your knees or any other part of your body mid set. Think about driving your ankle forward instead of just thinking up and down, this will help a lot as well!
Lastly, let’s talk about frequency. If this is a lagging body part for you, simply just train it more often, and train it correctly. It’s also a good idea to train it first before you hit another muscle group. You have the most energy to expend early on, so use it before you are fatigued from other work.
Right now I train my calves twice a week and do about 12-20 sets a week. Sometimes I use light weight, sometimes heavy and sometimes in between. Superset, straight sets, body weight stuff, tibialis work, etc. I try to make all my reps look exactly the same , and again the most important thing is to keep the ankle straight, get to the shortened position and spend a second or two when you’re there.
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