symmetrical muscle

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    symmetrical muscle


    ive noticed i have some muscles bigger than others my right bicep my left lat feels a big bigger than right my right calf feels like it has more of a muscle mind connection than left
    are there ways to even out your muscles?
    supposedly genetics?
    but doing alot more on weak spots would that help?

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    I don't know and I'd like an answer to this as well. My left bicep seems bigger than my right and is definitely stronger although I had no idea why. I don't curl with a bar and I never do more reps or weight with the left than the right even though I can so I don't know what's going on there. Left pec is also slightly stronger. I'm right handed so my only idea is that maybe since it's closer to the heart.... something something?
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    Dumbbells. Strict Form. thats all i got.






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    for my arms my right is a bit bigger but my left still seems to hang with it strength wise

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