How you doing? Scott White here in Scottsdale, Arizona. I'm going to discuss about hiking with sore calves. So if you do have sore calves you might not want to hike that day and you might want to do some stretches. The reason why you don't want to hike with sore calves is you can aggravate those calves and possibly maybe pull them or strain them. If they're not that sore, no big deal, you can go on your hike. But first you might want to try these two stretches. The first one you're going to do is against the wall. You're going to lean about a 45 degree angle. Your two hands are against the wall, one foot slightly forward, that other foot's back. And you're going to make sure your pressure is on that back heel of that foot. And you're going to drive your hips into the wall and your foot and your heel downward so you feel that stretch in your calf muscle. The second stretch you're going to do is laying on the ground. You're going to take a towel or rope or something that you can wrap around your foot. You're going to hold on to both ends against, put the pressure on the top of the foot, pull back the rope or towel, feeling that stretch in that calf muscle. The greater the pull the greater the stretch. Don't go too intense. You want to have a nice discomfort and while you're stretching you want to take some big deep breaths in and out. You don't want to tense up, you want to make sure that stretch is relaxing that muscle as well as relaxing you and getting a greater stretch in that calf muscle.