How to Do Wall Calf Stretch, Bent Knee
The wall calf stretch bent knee 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 wall calf stretch bent knee.
Beginning Wall Calf Stretch
1. Face a wall and place your hands on the wall at eye level. Place the injured leg approximately a step behind the other.
2. Bend both knees while keeping both heels on the floor.
3. For at least 15 to 30 seconds, hold the stretch.
4. Rep 2–4 times more.
Wall Calf Stretch Movement
1. Start off by facing a wall at an arm's length away. Stand tall with a straight spine and your shoulders pulled down your back and your chest thrust out.
2. Both of your arms will be straight in front of you with your palms flat on the wall.
3. One leg is going to be in front of you so that your toe rests on the edge of the wall. Your other leg will be a couple of feet behind you so that your toe rests on the ground, and your heel is in the air.
4. Bend with your rear knee until tension is felt. Hold for the allotted time and repeat with the opposite leg.
Wall Calf Stretch Benefits
Increase your range of motion in the short term.
Long-term flexibility should be increased.
Muscle soreness is relieved.