Is fitting a bike to a structurally misaligned, deviated individual helpful in any way??
How much more efficient (if at all) would an athlete be if they corrected postural imbalances that are present?
Our daily habits create muscular imbalances that pull us out of symmetrical alignment. For example, sitting down for extended periods of time creates tight hip flexors that subsequently tighten up the lumbar muscles in the back. Likewise, working on computers or dealing with items on a table in front of you will cause your shoulders to move forward, tightening up the chest, anterior deltoids, latissimus dorsi and upper trapezis muscles; this will result in a stiff neck and decreased range of motion.
Women who wear high heels throughout the day will have tight calves, not to mention those of you engaging in athletic activities such as running and cycling.
ALL of these things will lead to imbalances in the body if you don't take the appropriate preventative measures.