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Muscle Imbalances

jebiseejebisee Member Posts: 1 Member Member Posts: 1 Member
I’m unsure if my glute muscles or my hamstring/quads are unbalanced. When i turn to the side there is a serious difference. I measured my quads and they’re about a inch difference at the same spot on each leg. This might sound stupid but i used my phone as a level and my flutes were even

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  • ChieflrgChieflrg Member Posts: 8,437 Member Member Posts: 8,437 Member
    Perfectly normal.

    We are human.

    Imbalances is just a buzz word people use to draw attention to their content.

    In most cases it's irrelevant and nothing to be concerned about for general goals.
  • claireychn074claireychn074 Member, Premium Posts: 313 Member Member, Premium Posts: 313 Member
    I always have one bigger leg because I am naturally right legged (kick the ball for the dog with that leg etc). Used to be worse when I did martial arts, less so with weightlifting now. My right hand and wrist is also slightly bigger than my left - perfectly normal, and only a concern if you’re trying to get perfect symmetry for your sport I.e bodybuilding.
  • iguttigutt Member Posts: 77 Member Member Posts: 77 Member
    Try to do the same work on each leg but if they are still not balanced then it’s alright as long as you are training then the same way
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