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    Question Left pectoral with less strength suddenly

    Few days ago I posted a thread saying that while I was benching I started to feel disturbance on my left pec, today I benched again, my goal was to hit 125lb for 3 sets of 6reps, I completed the first set, however the other two I just could complete 5 reps because my left pec had less strength than the other, this never happened to me before just after felling that pain a week ago, should I do something to treat it o just let it rest?, And also should I bench again on Thursday?
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    Originally Posted by sgarciac07 View Post
    Few days ago I posted a thread saying that while I was benching I started to feel disturbance on my left pec, today I benched again, my goal was to hit 125lb for 3 sets of 6reps, I completed the first set, however the other two I just could complete 5 reps because my left pec had less strength than the other, this never happened to me before just after felling that pain a week ago, should I do something to treat it o just let it rest?, And also should I bench again on Thursday?
    Any recommendation is appreciated, thanks
    If you felt pain, then it isn't recommended to keep pushing. Rest and ease back into the weight.
    Bodybuilding is 60% training and 50% diet. Yes that adds up to 110%, because that's what you should be giving it. Change the inside, and the physique will follow.
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    Originally Posted by DJAuto View Post
    If you felt pain, then it isn't recommended to keep pushing. Rest and ease back into the weight.
    The thing is that I didn't feel pain, it felt weird (don't know how to explain it), but clearly it had less strength
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