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Old 04-18-2010, 08:23 AM   #3
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Originally Posted by Mombow111 View Post
My amateuris opinon is to just reset and use equal weights with slow perfect form in both hands (using obviously the lesser side as your weight cap. If you haven/'t already, give DBs a try and maybe take a weak or 2 off a see if your body gradual resets yuor symmetry.
the dumbbells would be the best approach, but be to keep the training for both equal, like lets say you can dumbbell shoulder press 80ib DBs for 8reps with your right side but you can only get 4-5 reps with the left side, then you would only do sets of 4-5 for both sides, and work on keeping progress at the same rate, eventually your strength should pretty much equal out and with it your symmetry to
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