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Some of you may have some muscle imbalances.
This could have two factors: Either you are working out one muscle more than the other, or your muscle insertions are slightly different.
When your muscle insertions are slightly different you can't really do something about it, because it's ankered in your DNA, but you can do something about it, If you're working one muscle more than the other.
One thing you can do is to add some unilateral movements to your workout. If you're only doing bilateral exercises it's likely that you are using one muscle more than the other. That means on a leg press for example, one leg is pushing more load than your other leg. A unilateral exercise would be the lunge, where one leg has to do the same amount of work as the other.
A second solution would be to film your workouts or to ask someone to look at your form and maybe even correct it. I think this one is self-explanatory. In a recording it's much easier to see mistakes, because you can look at it more than one time, see it from all angles and don't have to concentrate on doing the exercise.
Same for the person, plus the person might catch something you aren't.
To improve the muscle imbalance you should also just stick to the same weight for some time until you feel that both muscles are equally strong. After that you can start adding more weight again.
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