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Thread: One leg bigger than other

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    Johnny_r is offline New Member
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    So I have knee surgery about 10 years ago. High school injury. Started lifting a year and a half ago. Noticed My left quad leg which had the bad knee injury. Is noticeably small. I try to train with single leg exercises. It's not weaker at all just less muscle growth. Any ideas how to correct? Thanks for any help
    Last edited by Johnny_r; 03-13-2015 at 06:24 PM.

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    Khazima is offline Knowledgeable Member
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    Do more unilateral leg work. Single-leg leg presses, Bulgarian split squats, lunges, single-leg leg extensions (like mentioned). Also during your squats try to make both sides mirror each other and keep the weight distribution even.
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