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A Weak Link Weakens The Whole Body

A chain is as strong as its weakest link. We think all links, except the weak one, remain strong. In our body, that may not remain true.





A chain is as strong as its weakest link. We think all links, except the weak one, remain strong. In our body, that may not remain true.


For example, let's say you can squat 100 kilos at your peak condition. One day, you get a niggle in your right feet. You disregard the niggle and keep training with 100 Kilos. Your body compensates by overloading another part - say your right glutes. Slowly right glutes starts paining. You start training with lower 90 kilos.


Because you have neither fixed the issue(s) nor you have significantly lowered the weights, more body parts starts paining and cracking under load. You keep lowering the weights to avoid pain and slowly your body gets de-trained and thus weaker. One day, you may not be able to tell if it's your feet or other body part that is the problem.


So, if you experience pain, reduced strength or bad movement quality, get yourself checked with a physiotherapist. Let them guide you to fix your issues, improve movement quality and come back stronger.

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