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Have you ever done a barbell shoulder press and one side of the barbell shoots up, while the other side goes up fighting a hard battle up for it?
When you think about it: almost everyone has a dominant side of the body, and for as many years as you've been able to move your body, the muscles on your dominant side have worked harder in everyday life to do things like lift bags off the ground, shut car doors, you name it.
Having a job that involves repetitive movements can contribute to a difference, too—for example, if you're a nurse and you always lift people from a certain side of the bed.
While a slight difference in strength between the sides of your body isn't anything to worry about, if it's big enough to catch your attention in the gym, it might be worth your attention.
For example if you can easily bang 10 reps with a certain weight with one side and the other side can barely do 5, there is a notable imbalance there.
When you have a big imbalance, certain muscles will work harder to overcompensate, which can lead to pain and injury in either side. Yes ! Even the stronger one.
So while an imbalance is COMMON, it should not be normal.
Are you suffering from an imbalance?
Call or DM for an assessment.
We can help you figure it out.
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