Alright, so I’m not going to be competing anytime soon or anything like that, but the difference between my left and right trap in terms of size is fairly noticable. I’m not being picky, but it actually makes my shirts fit differently. Short on the left side, too long on the right, which looks a bit goofy. If you didn’t pick that up, that means my left trap is a good bit bigger than my right.
Anyway, I’ve been trying to come up with ways to equal out their sizes when I begin my bulk. I’m thinking of going back to a mixed deadlifting grip primarily, using a pronated grip with my right hand and a supinated on my left. I would utilize this especially on heavier sets, so I can get a bit more activation with my trap if all goes well.
If anyone has any sort of feedback, suggestions, or any sort of recommendations on how to help out my predicament, I would greatly appreciate hearing them. On a side note, the less shoulder work this involves, the better. I’m currently trying to rehab my rotator cuff.