The job that I have in the evenings is a very physical, very fast, and very repetitive sometimes. For a while now I've sort of turned the job into a workout in itself (its like a workout and the use of sauna that I'm actually getting paid for, its a pretty cool way to look at it) but with my concentrating on intensity, form, and handling heavy things a certain way, this has led me to notice a few things.
First, my deltoids are totally fucked. In the front I've got a considerable swelling of mass while the lateral and rear areas I've got zilch(comparatively speaking).
Second, I've worn through the heels of two left boots now (and NO, they aren't cheap boots!). I have a million hunches as to what this could be but I'll let you guys take a stab at it.
Third, my middle back is constantly pumped and its pushing my lats and my teres M/M into oblivion.
Now in the gym, I am focusing on the weak areas (I'm doing a lot of wide grip pulls of all kinds, pretending my frontal delts don't exist on shoulder days, focusing hard on symmetry during lower body movements, ect.)but I can't help but feel as though I'm just... jacking off. I don't intend to change much about my routine as of right now because I know these things take time, but I would like some advice on anything that I might be missing. If I just need to accept that certain areas will always be more worked and therefore physically larger than others, okay. I just need to know that I'm not wasting any effort.
Yes, I am inflating my dilemma a bit, but I'd still appreciate anything constructive. Thank you.
(P.S- I've been training regularly and extensively for 15 months, if that helps at all.)