I'm 19 years old and I've been strength training (properly) for just over a year now, squats, deadlifts, bench, cleans, military press etc. I've seen great gains in strength and mass and I'm really happy with my results.
However, I have a true leg length discrepancy, about 1.5 centimeters and it's giving me a lot of grief. Over the years (way before strength training), I seem to have developed my right glute and lower back musculature (I'm guessing multifidus and lumbar erectors) to a much greater level which I assume is due to the leg length discrepancy. This along with the right side of my hip being higher than the left results in a great deal of stiffness and aching which is really hurting both my performance in the weight room and even worse, in the boxing gym. I have started implementing the exercises from magnificent mobility and have assess and correct but have not found anything that is aimed at dealing with this problem. The lower back exercises in MM help with the pain and stiffness but this doesn't last long before it tightens up again.
My physical therapist supplied me with cork heel lifts which I wear in my shoes at all times, and wear them in my chucks which I use in the gym. These lifts bring my pelvis in level like it should be but of course does nothing for the imbalance and only helps with the pain and uncomfort a little.
I should also mention I have a tight IT band and quad on my right, and my left quad is about half an inch larger in girth and is slightly stronger.
Is there anything you would suggest guys?
Any advice would be VERY much appreciated! Thank you for your time,