noun, plural so·le·i [soh-lee-ahy], /ˈsoʊ liˌaɪ/, so·le·us·es.
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The soleus, one of two main calf muscles, showed 36 percent less activity per stride during steep uphill running than during steep uphill walking, which is consistent with the idea that local muscle fatigue triggers the transition.Yes, Walking Is Sometimes Faster than Running Uphill|Alex Hutchinson|December 27, 2020|Outside Online
Then she raised one of them, and her fingers explored the common tendon of the soleus and gastrocnemius.Gray youth|Oliver Onions
Here the artery is separated from the inner border of the tibia, by the flexor longus digitorum, and is covered by the soleus.
Professor Pancoast divides the inferior portion of the soleus muscle instead of the tendo Achillis.
On the back of the leg the most important muscles, forming what is known as the calf, are the gastrocnemius and the soleus.A Practical Physiology|Albert F. Blaisdell