Or you could Do seated/standing calf raises, slow the movement down, complete full extension reps, Pinch the muscle at the top, and use some heavy ass weight... But i guess that only applies if you ACTUALLY want your calves to grow.
Doing Teeth brushing raises is the equivalent of buying a 'Shock your belly fat into Hawt Abz' belt. Ya you may feel something, but it isnt going to work.
When my calves really started to respond, I would actually stretch them off the street curb whenever I walked my dog. He'd stop to sniff around some tree, and I'd get the deepest stretch I could for a good 15-20 seconds before walking to the next tree. Of course I also trained the hell out of 'em addressing each muscle on a different day with a different rep scheme, but I think the street curb story is much more entertaining.
..while brushing your teeth. Good hygiene is more impressive to the gym bunny than your pecz!
After years of working them as an afterthought, I did just that: heavy work, stretch every rep, supersetting sitting and standing. It helped for a month, then stopped. CT says to leave them alone for a month, then return. I believe that using every possible moment to train them, during that month, helps.
"He who would learn to fly one day must first learn to stand and walk and run...one cannot fly into flying." -Nietzsche
The thread is entitled calf building tip. Will standing on your tip toes for a minute a day, 2x a day, while your brushing you teeth build your calves? No,Probably not. Could it possibly help build some endurance? Yea, maybe.
Honestly, i'd argue that doing this would probably just be a good way to aggravate something
Well, considering its not entitled "Will add x inches to your calves" I see no reason to dismiss this. I'd say if your going to do work for your rotator cuff why not do something for your foot? Hell, learn to do the splits too. It is an added skill that shouldn't negatively affect bodybuilding and it even trains your CNS, or some shit.