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Nadim Molla
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Standing calf raises and seated calf raises each target different parts of the calf muscles. Standing calf raises primarily work the gastrocnemius, the larger, more prominent calf muscle responsible for explosive power and sprinting. Seated calf raises focus on the soleus, a deeper muscle important for endurance and stability. For overall calf development and balance, both exercises should be included in a workout routine. Runners might benefit more from standing calf raises due to their emphasis on the gastrocnemius, which plays a key role in running. However, incorporating both variations ensures comprehensive calf strength and injury prevention.


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