Feeling left chest more?

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    Anonymous
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    Hello Joe and other experts.

    So this has been going on for a while but as it hasn’t fixed itself I’d like to know if I should start addressing this thing and if so what to do about it.

    So the problem is that my left pec seems to get more pumped. This doesn’t seem to happen every time or at least the feeling of the pump(edness) varies. Sometimes it’s a bit more shallow but I can still feel as if the left one had worked more.

    I do both barbell and dumbbell exercises for chest and occasionally also add some cable fluff work and as far as frequency goes either 2 or 3 times per week.

    Thanks in advance and the forum by the way is GOLD!

    #16989
    BryceBahm
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    There’s no completely accurate answer. Experimentation will likely be the motive that will give you your answer.

    If it were me, I would spend some time doing some isometrics in different ranges to finish chest workouts. I particularly like setup for dips and push-up for these. Some application of floor presses (like smith machine presses) can work.

    Also, keep moving your scapula early and often. It’s not u common to have a dominant side. Many times that non dominant side does have limited range of motion. No inherently bad. But, doing a lot of the Scap drills that Joe shows at the beginning of each upper body workout is boring stuff they actually works.

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    Anonymous
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    There’s no completely accurate answer. Experimentation will likely be the motive that will give you your answer. If it were me, I would spend some time doing some isometrics in different ranges to finish chest workouts. I particularly like setup for dips and push-up for these. Some application of floor presses (like smith machine presses) can work. Also, keep moving your scapula early and often. It’s not u common to have a dominant side. Many times that non dominant side does have limited range of motion. No inherently bad. But, doing a lot of the Scap drills that Joe shows at the beginning of each upper body workout is boring stuff they actually works.

     

    Thank You Bryce, I’ll definitely consider implementing these things in to my routine.

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