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Friday, December 28, 2018

24hr Fitness Presents This ACC Update on US Sports Net Featuring: Miami vs. Wisconsin Pinstripe Bowl Highlights (2018)

Miami vs. Wisconsin: For the 3rd time in the last decade, the Miami Hurricanes season has ended in a bowl game loss to the Wisconsin Badgers. This year the Canes fell 35-3 to the Badgers in the 2018 Pinstripe Bowl. Despite the Miami defense playing well with 10 tackles for loss, 3 sacks, and an interception, the Hurricanes could not overcome the five turnovers they had on offense. Wisconsin running back Jonathan Taylor had another outstanding game, rushing for 205 yards and a touchdown. [Videos and More Below]

It’s rare in sports to be doing the same thing at the same time with both legs or both arms, especially with the same force or velocity. Yet the vast majority of strength exercises are done bilaterally—with both sides at the same time. (Think: pull-ups, push-ups and barbell curls.)
The thing is, despite what your mother told you, no one is perfect. We all have a bigger foot, a larger biceps and a weaker side. We prefer one side over the other for writing, kicking, throwing or hitting, a preference that inevitably creates an imbalance, making one side of our body stronger, more agile and more adept than the other. In fact, a study published in the Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport showed that strength differences between your limbs can be as much as 25 percent.
You might not even realize there’s a strength disparity between your sides, especially if you perform mostly bilateral movements in your training. With something like a barbell curl, for example, your stronger arm will compensate for the weaker one to do the lift, essentially masking an asymmetry or a weakness that may have developed. Imbalances such as these could lead to ineffective movement patterns, compromised joint and tissue integrity, and even injury over time.

Solution: Divide to conquer....Keep Reading...

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