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xxxyamzxxx

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i have been lifting weights on and off for about a year, but i starte to take it more seriously during the past 2 months and have been workin real hard at it. i notice that certain muscles (particularly my bicep)on my left side are much weaker than those on the right. is there an easy way of correcting this problem?
 

PEkwarg1

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i guess you are right handed.
then you should do more reps for the left arm while doing bicep excersises, simple as that. eventually your left arm will become nearly as strong as the right.
 

fallen_one23

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masturbate with your left arm, I'm fucking serious too, same kind of thing happened to me a while back, my right arm was more toned and stuff, until i fugured out that its better to switch hands every oonce in a while LOL

Oh, its going to feel really awkward at first, you'll get through it though, stick to it!
 

xxxyamzxxx

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yea your right i am right handed...and believe it or not...i have been switching hands for masturbating for a long time now...but i will try and do more left hand workouts in general.
 

bigbutnottoo

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I am right handed but my left side is bigger. You know why? Because it is weaker. Size doesnt mean strength. Since my left side is/was the weaker side, it was more easily stimulated for growth. To grow a dominant side, you either have really increase the word load or believe it or not, do a lot less work than the weak side for it to catch up.
 

bigbutnottoo

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Originally posted by xxxyamzxxx
...but i will try and do more left hand workouts in general.
Or just use different weights. For example dont use barbells. Use dumbells with different weights for each side or use one of those machines that let you put different plates on each side for curls, presses,etc.
 
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