This study was focused on comparing the metabolism of triceps surae muscles on postpoliomyelitis patients and age-matched healthy volunteers through dynamic 31P spectra acquisition at 3T magnetic field. It has been suggested previously that in postpolio patients, metabolic changes are secondary to neurogenic pathways, but may influence Pi/PCr ratios. Here, it was shown that baseline PDE/PCr ratios were higher in patients. During exercise, controls performed significantly higher work and the change of Pi/PCr ratios was lower than in patients. Investigation of the correlation of Pi/PCr with the degree of the disease could be a promising clinical direction.