Hi, I'm Juliet Kaska, and this is stretching the outside of your calf. The outside of your calf is known as the lateral head of the gastrocnemius muscle. The main function of the calf is in order to raise the heel up in daily functions such as walking and coming up and down the stairs. When your calf is tight, you limit the range of motion of both your ankle and your knee. This could end up leading to injury. The first pose that we're going to do to stretch the outside of the calf, you're just going to need a wall. And, we're going to stand up facing the wall, bring your right foot right up against the wall, the toes are pressed into the floorboard. And then, step your left leg back until you begin to feel a stretch in the outside of the lower half of your leg -- the calf. Use your arms to press away from the wall. And then, to get into the outside of the calf, turn your toes in and your heel out. You're going to hold that stretch for 30 to 60 seconds. So, our next stretch for the outside of our calf you're going to need a towel for, and a mat or a soft floor. You're going to lay down on your back. Let's keep both knees bent to start with. Take your left foot, and place the foot in the towel. And then, press the heel up towards the ceiling until you feel the stretch in the hamstring and the calf. You can keep your right leg bent or, if it's available to you, you can stretch the right leg all the way out on the mat, making sure the heel is down. Now, to get to the outside of the calf, you're going to pull down on the right inside of your towel. You're just going to rotate your foot inward and you'll feel the stretch all across the outside here. And, you can hold that, still staying rooted into your left hip, not letting it come off the ground. Then, you go a little deeper into the stretch -- you can pull it across your body.