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I'm willing to bet you don't do single leg work at all. It's not fun, but it is necessary to deal with things like this. Single leg work that supports squats include things like the following: Split squats Lunges Single leg press Bulgarian split squats (one leg elevated on a bench) Pistols You'll want to do as many reps as you can with the strong leg, ...


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As a very recent convert to knuckle push ups so I can't really comment on them yet. One thing about push ups in general is too keep a good form- body perfectly straight and rigid, head slightly raised and upper arms kept in close to the body for less stress on shoulders and elbows. Did push ups for years and at my peak I would bust out over 500 daily but ...


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Looks like you've got a strain in your trap and rhomboid muscles as a result of a muscle imbalance. The first thing I would do is not arch my back when doing bench presses. Try keeping your legs up on the bench with your feet flat. Also, make sure you are lowering the bar to your sternum and not the upper chest. Otherwise, you may be offloading the ...



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