[quote]Mr. Walkway wrote:
What are peoples thoughts when one side is a weak point compared to the opposite?
Focus on getting the weaker side to catch up and then progress over all or what?[/quote]
care to elaborate?
my first thought would be doing only unilateral lifts for a while[/quote]
My left pec is bigger than my right, noticed it more and more the leaner I get.
Been adding single arm decline benching to try and get it to catch up, the weights I use for dbell benching are light because i only go to failure on the right pec rather than left cause it can go for waaay more.
I’ve always struggled with imbalances because of playing tennis for so long, right side had a huge forearm and delt whilst everything else was tiny.[/quote]
You sure it is actually bigger or just shaped differently? [/quote]
Little bit of both tbh, will fire a pic up when I get a chance!
If you check my hub pic youll see we are in the same boat. My right pec stops almost 1-2 inches bellow the left, always makes me look like i am leaning or on a tilt. The crocked abs dont help either, but what did help was just putting on more size. Once your chest gets big enough, people just think you have a big chest, not ‘hey one looks different than the other’.
Yeah I see what you mean with yours.
With mine i basically never seemed to have any lower to inner pec on the right, single arm decline has began to fill it in slighty but you can still see what it looks like.
Actually makes it look like I have gyno on the right pec but if anything from a touch test I probs have it on the left.
To be honest, even with you telling me this I still cant see any difference. You see it the most so it probly looks worse to you than anyone else. Same thing with my issue. People tend not to notice, in fact only one time in my life has someone ever brought it to my attention.
I would tell you to just keep working on putting on overall size. bigger it gets, less anyone, including yourself will notice.