Does asymmetry really matter?

For decades now, sports clinicians have spent an inordinate amount of time trying to determine asymmetries in athletes, believing that these asymmetries would detrimentally affect athletic performance. Go on, admit it.. you know you have studiously examined joint ranges of motion, muscle strength, angles of the dangle and general gait wonkiness, all part of the…

Simon Bartold
Director of Bartold Clinical

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2 responses to “Does asymmetry really matter?”

  1. Oh relief!
    My yoga brain may be right or should I say correct! when I tell myself to accept what is!
    I do worry that my right calf and thigh are noticeably larger (2cm) but any time I had any power indication on a stationary bike there is no difference! so size doesn’t matter! unless we want it to!
    I guess the bottom line is we are amazing adaptable and individual machines.

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