Alright, I don’t know what the hell’s wrong with me, but just the other day I was taking measurements all over my body to record progress (I’m 18 and am just beginning a training program), and all of my right-side body parts are larger/thicker. And yes, I am right-handed/footed/etc., but it still seems a little weird. The most noticable (visually) difference lies between my pecs: one, the right, is much more lean, large, and defined (just more “there” - I’m skinny) than the left. [It should be noted at this point that I also have had a slight left shoulder problem for quite some time now: just weak, really, compared to the right one; feels fragile and almost unsupported; I can feel/hear a pop when I raise my arm in Lateral Arm Raise-manner for things like delt training movements, etc., and it feels like the positioning has been changed after the pop occurs. This happens both on the “up” and the “down” of the movement. (And excessively heavy weights is not the problem, either: movements with no weights have the same effect.] So that’s that. Really just curious on the issue of left/right balance, but don’t want to injure myself by beginning training with an injured shoulder. Feedback most appreciated.