Hey T-people. I noticed today that when I do pull-ups (palms facing towards me, is that supinated or pronated, I forget??) I tend to favor my left lat. This favoritism is illustrated in my later sets when my back is already very tight, pumped, and fatigued, and it appears that on the lowering portion of the pullup my left shoulder is higher than the right. In other words, it appears that my left lat due to weakness or whatever gets extra help from my left shoulder. It does not look that bizarre, but I definitely notice that my left side (i.e. lat, shoulder, etc) is contracted higher and harder than my right. In the early sets I have no problems, and thus this issue does not appear to be a problem of form.
Any ideas? I assume that since I am right-handed my right side is slighter stronger than my left, and during the final few sets (doing CW’s SOB program right now) my left side is trying to compensate.
The ultimate question is…is this discrepancy a bad thing? Should I try to fix it, or is it not that major? Also, if people are confused by my rambling post I can try to clarify. Thanks in advance.