27 Feb '11, 2pm

My muscles are bigger on one side. How can I correct that?

It’s normal to have limbs that are stronger on one side. This is especially true for people who play racquet sports, row or fence. To correct this imbalance, you can use resistance training. Start on a regular weight-training programme that works on your total body, with emphasis on proper lifting techniques. You can start with machines instead of free weights if you’re a beginner to weight training. Certain equipment is designed for isolated movements in single side workouts that you may find useful. Concentrate on exerting equal strength on both limbs when you execute each rep. When you’re using the chest-press machine for instance, push both arms with the equal amount of strength. After a couple of weeks, when you’ve mastered the basic techniques, you may choose to shift the emphasis on the weaker arm for the last two sets of the exercises. You can also start to add fre...

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