Blocking is the real world impact of locks being taken on resources and other lock types being requested which are incompatible with the existing lock. You need to have locks in order to have blocking. In the scenario where a row is being updated, the lock type of IX or X means that a simultaneous read operation will be blocked until the data modification lock has been released. Similarly, data being read blocks data from being modified. Again, there are exceptions to these based on the isolation level used.
Blocking then is a perfectly natural occurrence within SQL Server. In fact, it is vital to maintain ACID transactions. On a well optimised system, it can be hard to notice and doesn’t cause problems.
All things in moderation, even blocking.