While I've been trying to heal, I've spent some time doing exercises that force both sides of my body to work. This will help distribute work across my pelvis, helping osteitis pubis, and prevent disproportionate muscle growth. Unfortunately I can still feel left sided weakness, but I'm working on it.
Some of the exercises I like are:
- plank with leg lifts
- bridges with leg lift
- bridges with leg to chest (prevents use of the spine so you have to use the glutes to lift body)
- slow bicycle (keep your spine pressed to the ground and lift bent leg to 90 degrees)
- one-legged squats
- one-legged dead lifts
- pilates crunches
- side plank with weights; reach under body with weight then back to the ceiling
I don't know if you've noticed this, but it seems like on me certain muscles are always larger on one side: for example, my left calf is bulkier than my right. A training and balance problem or just a quirk of anatomy??? Am I the only one like that or are you more muscular on one side??