This addressed to all T-mag staff and anyone who has experienced what I will described.
My concern is unevenitis in the worst of areas: my pecs. I have a pec that is much more developped than the other, the problem is severe enough that I am writing for advice. In case you are wondering how big is the problem, let’s just say that one pec looks like I have been working on it and the other almost not at all. Ever since it became apparent to me that I was suffering from severe unevenitis in my chest I have seized using bars (only dumbells now), and I am attempting to do extra sets on the weaker side.
In my frustration with this problem, I noticed something that might be greatly contributing to this problem: my tricep on my underdevelopped side is much stronger than the side on which my pec is very well developped. So I now superset my pecs with my stronger tricep in hopes of tiring it a bit and reducing its ability to take over pressing exercises which might be making it impossible to stimulate my pecs equally. Does this make any sense? Does anyone have a similar problem? Are any exercises better at correcting this problem? Any helpful feedback is much appreciated.