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    Left pec bigger than right

    wats up guys,my left pec is bigger than my right and it really pisses me off wat can i do to fix this???

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    Implants!....just kidding bro. Never heard of anyone having that problem before.

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    [QUOTE=D9S0M]wats up guys,my left pec is bigger than my right and it really pisses me off wat can i do to fix this???[/QUOTE
    leave the straight bar alone for a little while,start using dumbells or hammer strength machines anything that will isolate your left and right chest movements.

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    so dumbell flat and incline for a while??? also my upper chest needs some work should i throw in sum incline flys????

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    anyone?

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    i do have it, and there is no solution for it as far as i know and tried.
    i tried doing more reps with one arm (flat bench dumbell) and things like that, but no response, it's total genetics i believe.

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    but generaly speaking, the bigger u get the less noticable it is.

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    my upper inner chest needs sum work i been doin heavy db incline presses should i throw in sum incline flys??

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    I have the same prob. My problem is that my right arm is slightly shorter than my left. So my left always seems to push the weight a lil more. Its always said that everyone has one foot slightly bigger than the other and same with legs and arms. This may be ur prob as well. So just stick with dumbells because it doesnt matter in that case because each arm is extending to its fullest and pushing with the same strength.

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    thx guys

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    Quote Originally Posted by D9S0M
    my upper inner chest needs sum work i been doin heavy db incline presses should i throw in sum incline flys??
    If your upper pecs are lagging, adding some incline flyes would isolate the upper chest well. Also, on shoulder day, put your bench a little lower than perfectly vertical and perform shoulder presses at this angle. Not only will you be able to press more weight but you'll get more upper pec involvement. Don't worry about losing size on your anterior delts, they'll still grow like weeds with all that weight you'll be pressing.

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    thx man,ill try that out fri when i do shoulders =)

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    In my college years, I trained for mass and this really helped me. At the time, I was a weighing in a 250 pounds. Fellow lifters would say that I had cannonball delts and you could balance a cup on my upper pecs. The reason I mention this is that I can speak from experience. My avatar is a more recent pic of me weighing in at 193lbs. Obviously, my goals have changed as I'm training to become a mixed martial artist.

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