No way. Genetics, how you walk, IF you walk, how far you walk, are you a vegetarian or a carnivore etc… to many factors to use this as a guide.
Big calves and small legs would seem to indicate you push off when you walk rather than lifting from the hip and letting your weight “fall forward”.
Easy test. Go jog on gravely pavement barefoot. If the balls of your feet are raw after a few minutes you push off. If your ankles and knees feel bruised you catch yourself. If neither happens you are either blessed with naturally good bio-mechanics or had a really good track coach in school. [/quote]
Not sure I agree with your indea about why I have big calfs. I would say it’s more to do with the fact that over my life I have done quite a lot of walking but hardly any running. Running uses the quads a lot more than walking.
Regarding my feet. I already know I’m blessed. Both feet the exact same size. Regular arch height and I land with equal body weight on heels and balls(when running in trainers.) I’ve actually just taken up barefoot running(on grass) as cardio. Barefoot running makes you run in a different and more natural way than with shoes on. When you run barefoot you tend to land more on the balls of your feet. Regardless of what you’ve heard, this is the best way to run for your feet. Watch barefoot runners from Kenya and you’ll see what I mean. They look like they’re trying to land as softly as possible too. They only lift their feet just high enough to clear the ground. This reduces the shock upon landing.