[quote]The Greek wrote:
Hey guys what’s up, ok well I love workout and gettin as big as I can, but I have noticed that my right and left shoulder and trap area don’t look exactly alike, when I’m wearing a t shirt and see myself it looks as if my left shoulder comes forward a bit more.
Then it bugs me that its not “perfect” and “that my left side and right side don’t look alike” and I feel because of this I don’t look big. I don’t know why it depresses me that they don’t look the same, I feel like I look bad cuz of it and yea a whole meental mess, advice would be apreciated and tips as well.
Have you guys ever hit this kinda mental block stage throughout bodybuilding?[/quote]
I literally have this exact same problem with my traps as well. I don’t really get depressed, I just get extremely irritated, especially after a workout where I can tell that my left trap is pumped and looks huge compared to my right one and it just pisses me the fuck off. It just sucks that you work so hard to develop a solid physique and yet your body doesn’t seem to follow the same roadmap that your mind set out for it.
For those saying just gain more size overall, wouldn’t more size just lead to a larger imbalance? For example, if one of your traps is larger than the other, or one of your pecs, or your shoulders, etc, wouldn’t gaining more size just make the imbalance between the two uneven muscles more pronounced?
I know there’s probably different opinions on this, but just wondering? [/quote] I’m sure this is in your head, I think were making it harder for us because were puting to much emphasis on our defects, the aound of. Your prob is not muscle imbalAnce but rather ur bone structure, the left trap things just. In your head month one cann see the difference. Everyone has bone structure problem butt. We only see it. In our selfs, others don’t.