Despite what we’ve been led to believe by overly simplistic explanations of biomechanics, human movement is never linear. Characterised by intermittent tension that travels in waves via a continual fascial network, our anatomy is designed to dissipate force and load through a tensegrity structural network comprised of different types of tissues.
Symmetry is the quintessential attribute of the perfect muscular physique – it’s a proven scientific fact
that symmetry is more attractive and pleasing to the human eye, presumably as it makes cognitive processing easier. Symmetry also dominates nature, found in all living organisms, from flora to fauna.