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Old 03-22-2005, 06:32 PM   #1
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I've been working out for a while now and i am taking protien shakes and weight gainer shit. Its working but one of my pecks are bigger than the other. What should i do to make the other peck the same size?
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Old 03-23-2005, 09:29 AM   #2
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I really wouldn't worry about it. In a few years it will all even out. You will always have one bicep slightly larger than the other one, pec, calf, etc. But like I said it will even out.
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Just take out your bike pump and pump it back up. jk...

Actually, the very best method to balance your chest out is to work strickly with dumbbells. Heavy dumbbell presses force each muscle to work independently. Over the course of time, the smaller pec will be forced to catch up to the larger pec.

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Good advice 0311!
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Old 03-24-2005, 11:29 PM   #5
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use dumbbells for bench so that one side isn't doing more of the work. its probably only noticable to you anwyays
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Old 03-25-2005, 02:15 PM   #6
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I second Sdf's advice..I mainly do all dumbell work for chest because of a little pec imbalence..He is also probably right that you are the only one who really notices it.
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Old 03-27-2005, 05:11 PM   #7
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I am not the only person who notices it. But i guess i will use DB fo
r me chest too.
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Stop doing so much flat bench press, man up on it, lift some 100 pound dumbbells.
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For real.......More Iso-lateral stuff... Variety is key to great success!!!!!!
Hammer strength is great for lagging parts... I had major bicep and calf imbalances. Not anymore. Hey, now ya know how women feel bout having different size boobs.......lol
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I really wouldn't worry about it. In a few years it will all even out. You will always have one bicep slightly larger than the other one, pec, calf, etc. But like I said it will even out.
definatly true. my left side pec is stronger than my right side and my left side bicep has a much higher arch to it than my right, but this could also be that my right is my dominate arm so its much fuller/stronger. im doing dumbbells now too. does anyone know of a good weight i should use i can bench 225 for 2 reps
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