Can’t Feel Right Pec, Noticeable Asymmetry

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    Jonathan DeChicchis
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    Hey! So, for awhile now, my right pec has been extremely hard to feel when training. The contraction seems poor and I just can’t seem to get blood in there. I do not feel it squeeze or tighten up when I contract it, mostly my trap and shoulder absorb the force, even when form is near perfect. It has begun to sit up higher and seem misshapen in comparison to my left pec… I have tried everything. From chiropractors to PT’s to mobility work and even an MRI. Is this common? What can I do?

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    Joe
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    Hey! So, for awhile now, my right pec has been extremely hard to feel when training. The contraction seems poor and I just can’t seem to get blood in there. I do not feel it squeeze or tighten up when I contract it, mostly my trap and shoulder absorb the force, even when form is near perfect. It has begun to sit up higher and seem misshapen in comparison to my left pec… I have tried everything. From chiropractors to PT’s to mobility work and even an MRI. Is this common? What can I do?

    I would try to to find practitioner certified in Functional Range Release, if they have FRA and FRC as well…added bonus.

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    robert drury
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    in your opinion is the hammer strength equipment any good ?? for example the hammer Incline or decline ?? is the resistance profile any good ??

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    Joe
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    in your opinion is the hammer strength equipment any good ?? for example the hammer Incline or decline ?? is the resistance profile any good ??

    It’s different from piece to piece. Most of it is a bit “to heavy” at the top (speaking to converging chest pieces). Back is hit and miss. I’d say I like about 40% of HS pieces

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