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Subject: RE: loss of coordination in leg
Sorry, just realised I missed yr last query.
No, I do not just strengthen my bad leg. Like I wrote in my last post, its abt balance. I know some people recommend lifting more reps or heavier weight for the afficted leg in order to balance up, but that's not what I did. I lifted the same poundage and reps for both legs unilaterally, and stretched both legs separately.
However, at times I would try to hold my stretches longer for my bad leg, or to do an extra set. I think many people do this instinctively, bec they would feel that it is tighter and needs more streching time to loosen up.
But NEVER NEGLECT THE 'GOOD' SIDE! Or you'll end up afflicting the other leg even as yr bad leg is being treated!
Once I overdid the right turns and started to feel a bit uncoordinated in the right side, even as my left side was improving! Its all abt balance, and careful monitoring of what u do in training.
Hope I satisfied yr queries....
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