On the race pictures my right shoulder is almost always lower than left one. Most probably due to a life with a mouse in the right hand. I don't really notice it while running, everything just feels the same.
But the last year I started to notice more signs of body asymmetry. Left calf is much more tight during foam rolling. Left hamstring got strained a year ago during a marathon and gets painful after every long race. Even sole wear pattern is asymmetrical after the last marathon.
It give me less problems during biking, but the same left hamstring hurts more at the end of long rides.
I suppose the right answer is strengthening/flexibility/mobility, but what exercises exactly would you recommend? Symmetric lifts or one leg/arm? Back or quads? What should I stretch? Yoga?
I'm not against seeking prof help, but my randomly googled PT just told me to stretch hamstrings and quads once per day and come back in 2 weeks. Probably not what I'm looking for. If the recommendation is a good PT, could you recommend one in Boston area?
PS. About me: M41, marathon 2:57, IM 10:14, starting another IM training season.