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    balance problem...


    Hey everyone we got a new guy here! So when i'm curling either dumbells or barbell, my left bicep takes the brunt of the beating but on my right arm it feels like its my brachio thats doing the work. the only way to really make my right bicep feel worked is to turn my wrist 90 degrees inwards from the standard dumbell curl position. what the hell? Basically it looks like the opposite grip of a hammer. should i just keep doing the curls that way?

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    good info. good info.
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    you should goto a doctor, there is something wrong with that, IDK if im just getting the wrong mental picture but im a human physiology student, and certified personal trainer and i have not really heard of that before. I will look some stuff up in the data base i have and see if i can come up with anything
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    Quote Originally Posted by sparrow View Post
    Hey everyone we got a new guy here! So when i'm curling either dumbells or barbell, my left bicep takes the brunt of the beating but on my right arm it feels like its my brachio thats doing the work. the only way to really make my right bicep feel worked is to turn my wrist 90 degrees inwards from the standard dumbell curl position. what the hell? Basically it looks like the opposite grip of a hammer. should i just keep doing the curls that way?
    Of course you shouldn't continue doing curls that way. Are you for real? Go get it checked out and stop posting injury or training advice in the bulking forum.

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