Building your calf muscles is easy with the one leg calf raise. Get bigger calves fast!
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You can get stronger calves by adding a single leg calf raise to your workout. This is a great exercise to add to the end of your workout to get bigger calf muscles.

Calf Raise Single Leg — [Step-by-Step Technique]
Step 1: Start by standing on a block of wood, step stool, or small platform. You’ll need to choose which foot to start with, then place the ball of that foot on the raised surface.
Step 2: Next, you’ll need to bend your other leg at the knee and hook your foot around the calf of your standing leg, resting all of your weight on one leg. Straighten the target leg and stretch out the calf for a moment before beginning.
Step 3: Hold onto the wall to maintain balance throughout the exercise.
Step 4: Keep your standing leg straight and lower the heel towards the floor, but don’t touch the floor. Hold for 1-2 second before returning to the up position.
Step 5: Slowly push yourself upwards using the ball of your standing foot. Your leg must remain straight as you move onto your toes. Go as high as you can and hold for 1-2 seconds. Squeeze your calf as you hold the top position.
Step 6: Slowly glide back to the starting position, ready to repeat the single leg calf raises. You should be aiming to complete 15-20 reps before switching to the other foot.

** Pro Tip #1: Squeeze the calf and hold for 1-2 seconds at the up and down positions. Use a small platform.

** Pro Tip #2: To start, complete this exercise with 2-3 sets of 15-20 reps for each leg.

** Pro Tip #3: Use a dumbbell for additional resistance.

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