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Old 04-18-2010, 10:24 AM   #7
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I just found this on another forum:

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So use dumbbells, and do one arm movements. Start with the weaker side first at a given weight. If it can only get 8 reps, then make sure you stop at 8 reps on the stronger side, even if it can get a few more reps. This should keep the stronger side more at a "maintenance level" while the weaker side catches up.

You can also do one-arm DB bench pressing in the same way - but start with light weights until the movement is comfortable for you.
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