Imbalanced muscles are common and can lead to problems in the long run. They’re also very easy to get, especially for people who work out often.
What is a muscle imbalance? It’s when one side of your body is stronger than the other. Let’s take an example: You have strong quadriceps in your right leg, which means that they are much more developed than your left one. The imbalance will lead to your right knee bearing more weight and being overstretched, which can lead to injuries such as strains or tears in the long run.
Yesterday, my three-and-a-half-year-old went to a dance party.
Yes, a dance party. He invited my wife and me to come.
I know what I was doing when I was three and a half. I was eating dirt and playing in the sand, but my son was going to a dance party.
How things have changed. It was adorable to see eight kids dancing around in the backyard to Mini Pops, singing songs that I used to dance to at the nightclub.
The dance party got me thinking about celebrating.
We are celebrating our first anniversary.
MIR has been out there for one year.
I can’t believe it has been a year.
I can’t believe how much it has helped people.
It has helped well over 1,100 fitness and health professionals, plus many exercise enthusiasts in over 21 countries.
To celebrate the 1st Anniversary of MIR, I want to give you all kinds of gifts, and here is the first one:
I will be sending you the more great stuff for this celebration.
Rick Kaselj, MS