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symmetry important anymore?


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Excerpt: nobody is talking about muscle balancing unless they compete but isn't it still important to prevent injuries? my left pic seems to be smaller than my right and i want to build my upper chest. was thinking about doing inclines with a flat bar, or would dumbbell training be better? explain the science to your reasoning

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    symmetry important anymore?

    nobody is talking about muscle balancing unless they compete but isn't it still important to prevent injuries? my left pic seems to be smaller than my right and i want to build my upper chest. was thinking about doing inclines with a flat bar, or would dumbbell training be better? explain the science to your reasoning

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    Re: symmetry important anymore?

    Yes it's also important to prevent injuries.

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    Re: symmetry important anymore?

    a young raw lifter is going to have imbalances, those will balance over time

    however you are right. many people do not work out everything like they should or overtrain certain areas

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    Re: symmetry important anymore?

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    Re: symmetry important anymore?

    Just keep training and these things either sort themselves out or they are genetic. I wouldnt worry because you are going to be so much more critical than anyone else. I am guessing we wouldnt be able to tell.
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    Re: symmetry important anymore?

    Imbalances work themselves out over time
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