problem is going on. Two places to check if you’re suffering from knee pain: your calves and your glutes. Remember, pain is a symptom. It’s not the cause. Too many times we look at the pain site to fix whateverStudies have shown that tight calves can result in knee pain. Not only that, but tight calves can result in knee injuries. Some foam rolling, ankle mobility drills and static stretching out to do the trick. As far as your glutes go, check your glute medius area for a trigger point. This to could be the source of your knee pain. If you have a real tender area in your glute medius, chances are you’ve developed a trigger point. Do some foam rolling or self myofacial release with a tennis ball to take care of this issue.