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    Will squats be negatively affected if I train calves the day before?

    If train calves and do squats the next day, will that negatively impact my squats and calf growth?
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    Very likely the opposite.

    Stretching the calves before squatting may well let you get into a better bottom position on the squat.

    Unless you abuse you self so bad you can't stand after rsoses/toe pressrs. Then that's just bad training in general.

    Toe presses with a deep stretch and seated ham curls for a pump are 2 of the only things I'll do before squats (includes and squat pattern such as hack sled or leg press).. And no, I dont class them as - pre fatigue - bs.
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