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    lagging left bicep question

    Hello everyone I was just wondering if anyone had any tips on bringing my left bicep to the size of my right one. I was thinging of adding an extra 2 sets for my left arm, do yall think this will do. Any help is appreciated.

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    start picking up and putting all of your plates away with your left arm

    do dumbells for curls for a while to make sure that your right isn't cheating for your left

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    NO! Don't do that. Your muscle structure is much more complicated than that and when you start traiing them differently you can not only have a problem with size but also function.

    And like withoutd0ubt said - make sure you are not favoring one side - form, form, form. It's not how much you lift but how you lift it.

    Use more dumbells - iso lateral.

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    Originally posted by Warrior
    NO! Don't do that. Your muscle structure is much more complicated than that and when you start traiing them differently you can not only have a problem with size but also function.

    And like withoutd0ubt said - make sure you are not favoring one side - form, form, form. It's not how much you lift but how you lift it.

    Use more dumbells - iso lateral.
    There it is in a nutshell

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