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190 / 2.2 = 86
86 x 0.8= 69
Do you have occasional back problems?
Do you lean forward as you walk?
Is your normal walking stride short?
If you answered yes to any of these, you may have a muscular imbalance.
Muscular imbalances can cause back pain, limping and other discomforts. They are caused by many different factors. The most predominant cause is the way we sit at our desks for long periods of time. When our muscles are in one position for extended periods, they contract in that position, causing tightness and discomfort. Without stretching, these muscles and training opposing muscle groups, these tight muscles stay in a contracted state. This can cause pain and stiffness.
Here are a couple of easy exercises you can do to look for imbalances:
If this is the case, add back flexibility into your workout routine.