Difference between 45 and 25 degree angle calf stretchers
Besides the obvious difference in angle, the difference is that the 45 degree angle stretcher is made for recovery while the 25 degree angle stretcher is made for prevention.
The 45 degree angle calf stretcher- Recovery
The Stretch Easy helps relieve symptoms of many injuries including, plantar fasciitis, shin splints, achilles tendinitis, knee pain and much more. The Stretch Easy at 45 degrees provides you with a much more intense stretch that allows for faster recovery time so you can get moving again at full stretch! Read more about the 45 degree calf stretcher here!
The 25 degree angle calf stretcher- Prevention
The 25 degree angle calf stretcher is built at a 25 degree angle because 25 degrees is the ideal angle that a runner's foot and leg make at mid stride. It is designed to be used at least twice a day (once in the morning and at night) for about 3 minutes each for the best effects. Consistent use will help prevent plantar fasciitis, shin splints, achilles tendinitis, knee pain and much more.