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Discussion in 'Strength & Conditioning Discussion' started by Xtreme05, Jan 30, 2006.

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  1. Xtreme05

    Xtreme05 White Belt

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    Whats up guys. I have been lifting for the last couple of months. I notice that my left bicep is bigger than my right. I am right handed, but my left bicep is a little bigger. On the other hand my right bicep is more toned up than my left bicep. When I lift heavy I feel that my right bicep is harder than my left. Am i doint something wrong? or is this common since i am right handed.
     
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    Barut Banned Banned

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    What are you lifting heavy that uses your biceps as primary movers?
     
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    nothing is wrong, such imbalances are very very very very common. nobody is perfectly symetrical and discussions on size, shape and proportion of muscles are forbidden. consult the stickies.
     
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