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    A few times after uni, walking to my bus stop which is 15 mins away my calves start tightening up, it never happerns walking downhill or flat ground and always after a lecture or sitting down for a while
    I eat quite a healthy diet, lots of milk and protein and I strech my calves at night but they still tighten up walking up uphill
    Any advice?
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    (Original post by Not Not L)
    A few times after uni, walking to my bus stop which is 15 mins away my calves start tightening up, it never happerns walking downhill or flat ground and always after a lecture or sitting down for a while
    I eat quite a healthy diet, lots of milk and protein and I strech my calves at night but they still tighten up walking up uphill
    Any advice?
    Do some stretches before you leave maybe, I get this whilst jogging, especially uphill. There's probably a scientific reason for it but.. :dontknow:
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    (Original post by SeanFM)
    Do some stretches before you leave maybe, I get this whilst jogging, especially uphill. There's probably a scientific reason for it but.. :dontknow:
    leaving the lecture or leaving the house?
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    (Original post by Not Not L)
    leaving the lecture or leaving the house?
    After your lecture.
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    (Original post by SeanFM)
    After your lecture.
    hmm where would I do it though
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    (Original post by Not Not L)
    hmm where would I do it though
    That's what I was thinking and I don't know, somewhere not in public I guess. Also think about what type of shoes you're wearing. Might not be completely relevant but I found that wearing trainers helps my feet vs something like sneakers. The ones I use were like £13 or something (originally £80 but it was sports direct so...) and are really comfortable so I swap between them and work shoes to and from work. Not really something you see uni students do though to be fair.
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    Better footwear will solve it tbf.
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    Is it just happening now the weather's getting colder in the mornings?
 
 
 
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