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There are several common mistakes people make when performing corrective exercises: Not performing exercises in the correct order: Corrective exercises should be performed in a specific order to address muscle imbalances in an efficient manner. Not performing exercises with proper form: This can lead to injury and ineffective results. Not performing exercises for enough reps or sets: Corrective exercises should be performed for a sufficient number of reps and sets to achieve the desired results. Not performing exercises with enough resistance: Using resistance that is too light will not effectively address muscle imbalances. Not progressing exercises correctly: Corrective exercises should be progressed gradually to avoid overloading the body and to prevent injury. Not addressing all muscle imbalances: Focusing on only one muscle imbalance and not addressing others can lead to a lack of overall improvement. Not considering other factors such as posture, mobility, and stability.