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    foot pain during calve exercises

    Anyone else get that pain that seems like lactic acid in the foot when smoking calves? Taking my shoes off seems to help some what.

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    If you talking about the arch of your feet burning like a mother fucker than yeah!!!!

    Use to happen all the time but it started wearing basketball shoes to train in. With the arch support it was a miracle. No more feet problems

    Now I fuck up calves with no problems



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    Exactly what I'm talking about. It's brutal sometimes, bad enough to ruin my calve training. I might have to go back to lifting in bball shoes.

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    Its normaly bro
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pharmacom View Post
    Its normaly bro
    Yeah I know it's normal, I guess was I just looking for the best ways to prevent it.

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    I have seen this to be worse, specifically on standing calve raises as well as donkey calve raises.

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    I’ve got 3 pairs of shoes that stay in my bag. I’ve got my chuck Taylor’s mainly for leg day, but I switch to my KD b-ball shoes before I start calves cause they are brutal in those chucks. I have my under armor ones that I left everything else in and do my cardio. Seems to help switching shoes, execept for when I developed these splints in the small bones of my feet a couple years ago.

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    Just a thought but you have to be careful with plantar fasciitis. My wife got it from doing calf raises and it took her out for a year. She said it really hurt like hell.
    Since then I've never gone into a deep stretch on calf raises of any kind. Of course, I couldn't grow calves if my life depended on it anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bobtail View Post
    Just a thought but you have to be careful with plantar fasciitis. My wife got it from doing calf raises and it took her out for a year. She said it really hurt like hell.
    Since then I've never gone into a deep stretch on calf raises of any kind. Of course, I couldn't grow calves if my life depended on it anyway.
    I had something like this put me down too. I had to get some cortisone shots in my heal. That shit hurts like hell! I have to stretch my tendons really well before calf raises or cardio. Best way to describe it: you have to put one foot back, while standing flat footed, and lean into a deep stretch on that tendon and hold it for about 2 minutes each side. Make sure you have on good shoes and keep yourself still during the stretch (no bouncing around). I haven’t had anymore problems out of it in the last 9 years * knock on wood!

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