Several factors limit our movement capabilities. These factors include muscle imbalance, strength, flexibility, and motor skills. When we perform any movement at a suboptimal level, we are almost guaranteed to feel it in our bodies.
There are many ways that a movement can feel off. For example, when we are performing an exercise with too much or too little weight, resistance, or not enough space. However, when we identify an imbalance in our muscle groups, it can be a red flag that something is not correct. When you notice a change in your physical abilities, you should look into what is causing the difference and correct it as soon as possible.
When every system in the body works together, the body can perform at its peak. However, when something is out of whack, the body’s natural equilibrium is thrown off, and it no longer functions optimally. This is especially true with muscle imbalances. When you have imbalanced muscle tissue, it can lead to several different problems. For example, a muscle imbalance can lead to pain in specific areas of your body.
I have flooded my inbox with questions about Muscle Imbalances Revealed all week. I have answered all of them, but I wanted to ensure that I have responded to yours.
If you have questions about Muscle Imbalances Revealed, please ask them below.
Rick Kaselj, MS
What People Are Saying About Muscle Imbalances Revealed
One guy said this: “I love this topic for rehab specialists, like physical therapists and athletic trainers, because I feel we often miss the boat on this topic when working with patients and athletes. I have seen much better results in my practice by thinking outside the box with information in products like these.”
Wow! These kind words came from Dr. Michael M. Reinold, Who is a physical therapist, athletic trainer, and certified strength and conditioning specialist, plus the assistant director of medical services of the Boston Red Sox Baseball Club. This is what else he had to say about Muscle Imbalances Revealed:
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NASM just approved Muscle Imbalances Revealed for CEU credit.
I don’t think I have had a course approved by them, but now you can earn 0.6 NSAM CEUs.