its common for one side of the body to be stronger/weaker than the other side. I dont really notice it when im RUNNING, however when i do spin class its very noticable. My right leg gets noticably more tired/burning feeling. I dont kow if that means my right side is in fact stronger, and doing more work than my left side, or vice versa. I dont know what can really be done about it, but perhaps working on mobility exercises to balance out the imbalance? Strength training more on one side? ( although that doesnt really sound like a great idea). i have heard however, when there are significant imbalances, its a better idea to focus on uni-lateral movements, instead of traditional bi-lateral stuff. For example, do SINGLE-legged deadlifts, squats, lunges, etc, instead of regular squats and deadlifts, that way the weaker side HAS to work, and doesnt let the otehr side take over
just thoughts and ideas
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