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Three Body Weaknesses and How to Fix Them

Try these simple tests, discover your weaknesses, and get back to 100%.
Injury Prevention exercises
James Michelfelder

Is your workout improving your body? We’re not just talking about your biceps or your waistline, but your overall strength, flexibility, and resistance to injury. Can you touch your hands together behind your back? Can you reach in front of you while holding a plank? 

See, even the best workout plans aren’t perfect—they can’t cover everything you need for a balanced, strong, and bulletproof body at once. Invariably, some muscles are neglected, and that creates imbalances. That’s why it’s important to periodically test yourself and assess what needs work. We asked Liz Lowe, C.S.C.S., head program designer for Ignite 360, a Sarasota, FL, gym that specializes in training clients with injuries, to prescribe three telling tests you can run on your body to identify weaknesses and DIY fixes to correct them fast. 

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