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    Muscle imbalance solution ?

    Hey, quick question. I dont know how, but i get somehow stronger (and automatically bigger) rear delt on right side. Im not gonna lie, i was doing dumbell flys and i never felt it in my rear delts, but i some weeks ago switched to dumbell face pulls and i can finally feel like im hitting my rear delts. Problem is that with same weight, i can do like 16 reps on right side and 6 on left side. My question is what to do now, should i stop working out stronger rear delt until my left will be at same level of strenght, or should i normally train them both, or more sets for weaker side ? Thanks for advices
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    If it bothers you then you can lay off the right side and just train the left until it catches up. However, as it's only been a few weeks chances are if you keep training both your left side will start to catch up anyway.
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    If you’re doing the exercises decent enough then it’s probably more of an upper-back posture issue than a muscle growth imbalance.

    How are you with dumbbell farmers walks?
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    Switch over to band-pull aparts or dislocates for a bit. You'll keep continual tension on both sides which will help correct the imbalance. My right shoulder was far weaker than my left after I blew it up and these exercises helped significantly.
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    You have some sort of issue that probably requires the diagnosis of a medical professional.
    Chiropractor or physical therapist maybe.
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