I'm right handed so I use my right hand to write, throw a ball, throw punches if needed, blah blah blah. What I'm wondering is why my left side of my body is bigger than the right side. My chest is larger on the left side. My left arm is larger, although it's not as cut as my right arm but it is larger. I would think that being right handed that the one I use more would be larger wouldn't it?
Why is this?
Thread: Left side larger than right?
05-07-2005, 06:19 PM #1
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05-07-2005, 07:59 PM #2
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This may work.
I would think that your stronger arm is use to being worked a little more than your weak one seeing that it is used more throughout the day in normal functions.So with the same weight and sets being used your weak arm is gettig a better workout.Try doing an extra set with high focus on the weak one after each exercise.
I'm left handed and my right was a bit larger than my left and this worked for me.Give it a try whats to lose.plan your work and work your plan. If it don't hurt do it again.
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