Upper Calf (Gastrocnemius) Stretch
This stretch helps to increase ankle flexibility and correct outward rotated feet characterized by ankles which roll inwards and toes that point out.
Stand with your arms flat on a wall in front of you.
Step back with one foot and straighten your leg behind you.
Lean towards the wall keeping your back leg completely straight and your rear foot flat with toes pointing straight ahead. Do not allow the rear foot to cave inward or roll outward.
Continue to shift your weight forward, keeping your back leg straight and your heel flat on the ground until you feel a slight tension in your calf.
Hold for at least 20-30 seconds. Then repeat with alternate leg.
Where you should feel it
You should feel this stretch from your upper calf down through your heel.