Working out one side of the body more than the other causes muscle imbalances, which are common among athletes and non-athletes. Weakness in one side of the body can result from a variety of things: bad posture, spending too much time in front of a computer, and even playing sports. However, you can correct this imbalance with a few simple exercises to reverse it. Improving muscle balance helps reduce your risk of injury and optimizes your strength, speed, and agility. Keep reading to learn more news about muscle imbalances.
Here is another edition of Rick’s Rambles. This has been fun to do.
You can see one of my past ones here.
Please look at this one; it is my 3rd ramble but 151st blog post.
Fun on Facebook
I am big into Facebook.
A lot of times, when I am bored, I will go on Facebook to see what others are doing.
I am also adding more stuff on injuries and exercises over there.
I try to put up a quote of the day and an article I have read. Many people are getting a lot of benefits from everything I am putting up.
If you are looking for some more stuff on exercises and injuries, make sure to visit my Facebook page.
More Guest Blog Posts
As I write on my blog more and more, other bloggers notice me like, Ben Greenfield.
Ben asked me to do a guest blog post on Muscle Imbalance.
Ben has a great blog with great info on training and endurance performance. Plus, a great podcast. They are all long but full of great information.
If you want to check out my guest blog post called You, Probably Have Muscle Imbalances – Even If You Don’t Know it, CLICK HERE.
Approved for 7 ACE CECs
More great news about Muscle Imbalances was Revealed.
I just got the email saying it has been approved for 7 ACE CECs.
This is so exciting!
Here is a little clip from the email I got:
The following course has been approved by The American Council on Exercise:
Course Name: Muscle Imbalance Revealed – Lower Body System
Course Number: CEP33170
It is quite the process to get a course ACE approved. It is great to have 3 of them now.
You can see the course on the ACE Fitness website by CLICKING HERE.
I could ramble a little more, but I should get back to work.
That is it, have a great weekend!
Rick Kaselj, MS