How to Do
How to Do Toes in Box Calf Raises
The toes in box calf raises should begin with good posture to avoid injury. Brace the spine by drawing your lower abdomen inward. Your core muscles should be activated to support your posture as you perform the exercise.
If any pain is experienced, immediately stop the toes in box calf raises.
Beginning Toes in Box Calf Raises
Stand tall, abs drawn in, balls of feet firmly planted on the step, heels dangling over the edge.
Toes in Box Calf Raises Movement
1. With your arms limp, hold weights of the same size at your sides.
2. Spread your feet shoulder-width apart, then elevate your heels slowly while maintaining your knees extended (but not locked). Take a one-second break.
3. Return your heels to the ground slowly.
4. Rep 10 to 30 times more.
Toes in Box Calf Raises Benefits
The standing calf raise exercise focuses on your calf muscles, particularly the larger, outermost muscle responsible for your calves' shape and growth.
Seated Calf Raise, Standing Calf Raise.