Hello everyone. I’ve been training for 2 years now with true dedication, i cut down from 29% bodyfat to 8%, and am currently bulking at 190lbs, 6’1, 24 years old male.
I just finished recovering from a rotator cuff injury before x-mas, and despite having been at it hard again for 2 months, i’m noticing that i still haven’t been able to correct a problem i’ve had all along; imbalance.
My left is weaker than my right for pretty much everything. Chest, shoulder, bicep, tricep, upper back. I’ve read that single arm excerices like dumbell bench and etc will correct it, but i haven’t noticed any change. Is 3 ish months of bulking far too soon to BEGIN noticing a change? Or should i be simply adding more sets to that side? Grr.
The other weird thing is my chest. It’s lagging far behind the rest of my lifts, like maxing squats at around 350-400lbs, dumbell rows at 120, and bench at…160. Oddly, my decline is significantly higher than my bench or incline, maxing (again calculated, i dont waste time maxing) at around 225.
I eat the right stuff (tons of research) at the cals to gain ~1 lb per week for me, 8 meals a day, 40%P,40%C,20F. My Workout i got from this site, Total Body Training, which is 3 full body Workouts a week switching up exercises very often, sets, reps, etc.
I apologize for the long post lol, i hope someone makes it through. Questions or advice, please feel free to message me!