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Feet Turn Out Too Much?

If your feet turn out too much, you have excessive external rotation, not just from your ankle, but also from your knees and your hips. Besides walking like a duck (this muscle imbalance is also called duck feet), it can also lead to injuries all the way up your...

Knees Bend Inward
Knees Bend Inward

Knees bending inward, even slightly, during leg exercises can lead to extensive damage to the joints, causing lifelong damage. Fix this muscle imbalance by doing these Corrective Exercises: Myofascial release + static stretching for calves, biceps femoris, adductors,...

Knees Bend Too Far Out
Knees Bend Too Far Out

You don’t want your knees to bend inward during leg exercises, but you don’t want them to bend out too much either. This can lead to wearing of the joints and pain in the knee over time. Fix this muscle imbalance by doing these Corrective Exercises: Myofascial release...

Resistance Training Health Benefits

Studies show ten weeks of resistance training may increase lean weight by 1.4 kg, increase resting metabolic rate by 7%, and reduce fat weight by 1.8 kg. Resistance training can prevent and manage type 2 diabetes by decreasing visceral fat, and balancing glucose and...

Low Back Rounding
Low Back Rounding

If your low back rounds during a squat it can lead to many posture problems, such as back pain. Fix this muscle imbalance by doing these corrective exercises: Myofascial release (e.g. foam roll) and static stretches for hamstrings, and adductors, and do an abdominal...

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