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Calf Stretches That Count


Give those calves some love and keep them moving.

Whether you’re an elite cyclist or sprinter, avid hiker, newbie runner, DIY expert or just want to keep up with your children/grandchildren, your calf muscles are working all the time.


As both dynamic and postural muscles, they’re involved in every action we take, from balancing on ladders, standing and walking; playing tennis, football, rugby and golf; to swimming, climbing, driving the car and chasing the dog! They’re also constantly working at a low level, to maintain our postural alignment.  And because they act both on the foot and knee, they can affect, and be affected by those areas too. 


We need to give them some love! 


And if you find that your lower legs swell up a bit or feel stiff and aching after you’ve been sitting for a while, chances are the blood in your veins may be pooling in your calf muscles.


We need to get them moving!

Content Overview


In my series of five, pre-recorded short videos, I demonstrate ALL the calf stretches that really count, and show you ways of making them especially relevant to your specific areas of tension or discomfort.  Understanding when to stretch and how to stretch properly will make your stretching more effective, reducing any feeling of stiffness or tension, and increasing your mobility and range of motion.


This course was initially delivered live on Facebook during the first ‘lockdown’ of 2020.  It proved to be so popular, that I’ve made the recordings available here, for you to watch whenever it suits you, and replay the videos at any time.

Booking Terms

Information given is general health and fitness advice. If you have any medical concerns or queries reagrding its relevance to you, you are advised to speak to your GP or medical advisor first. Amanda Heading cannot be held responsible for any injuries sustained whilst following this course.


By completing the sign-up and paying the course fee, you agree to the Terms & Conditions.

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