[quote]The Mighty Stu wrote:
-Everyone has some degree of imbalance. Luckily you can tailor your training to minimize this as much as possible over time
-I agree that DBs are great to ensure that each arm is doing its share of the work. Mirrors are also helpful.
-Good that your pressing weight has gone up, but IMO that’s going to be the least helpful shoulder exercise in terms of getting a “capped” look. Lateral motions and a focus on the posterior portion of the muscle will have more of an effect for your goals.
Even though you’ve been training 2 years, what other physically demanding activities have you done that may have stressed one arm more than the other?
(ie. my brother was a baseball pitcher, his lower back musculature was pretty uneven before he ever touched a weight)
Its quite obvious like if i wear a tank i get a comment saying about my delts haha. I got up to pressing the 95s for 5 reps and still I have imbalanced small shoulders. I dont have big delts but the right is wayyyyyy more developed. As for activities, none I could say of, but im sure it was to do with bench press (i no longer do)as i did have a very uneven chest.