View Poll Results: Work out harder on left side?

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  • Yes, it will help your issue.

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  • No, work out evenly.

    2 66.67%
  • No, don't work out at all under stated conditions.

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    Uneven body - Will working out one half especially hard even me out?

    If can't sit straight - my ass bones make me lean to one side. Same with my leg bones. Shoulder bones. It's not severe, very mild, but it's annoying. It's prevented me from working out for a while even though I love working out - I don't want to worsen my condition - my right side seems to be affected by testosterone, and grows more, while my left less.

    Once again it's not severe and you wouldn't know from just looking at me.

    My question is, if I work out half my ass, would the extra muscle form on that side, and help make up for having less bone density? Sitting is a real pain in my ass. Walking - I can get away with that, I put a little sliver into my shoe, which gives me a leg up on life.

    Don't worry not reproducing and passing on whatever gene **** up this is. :,(
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    Not sure if srs...

    Work out everything equally and it will even out. You probably have some mobility issues as well.
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    ^ Work out mobility to make sure getting same ROM (range of motion) on both sides
    Also try to do more unilateral exercises, starting with the weaker side. But use same weights and same reps
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    Train the left and right side on seperate days, for example Monday you can do 6 sets for your right side Quads/Hamstrings, then Wednesday you can do left side Quads/Hamstrings. Make sure you hit both sides of the chest every day tho.
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