MY LEFT LEG IS BIGGER THAN MY RIGHT LEG!!

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    MY LEFT LEG IS BIGGER THAN MY RIGHT LEG!!


    I used to skateboard a lot as a kid and due to all the pumping I did my left thigh is noticeably bigger than the right. I hate this. I know I should probably train one leg lifts. It any advice from experts? High reps with the left, low with the left??

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    cut it off thats what id do. jk dude... do lunges but with more weight on your right side. And do a few more reps with your right side!... how much bigger is it?
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    just do one legged lifts like unilateral leg press, bulgarian split squats, and step ups. Start with the weaker/smaller leg and just simply match the work done by the weaker/smaller leg with the stronger one. Over time this can help you balance them out and not lose size, strenght, or stimulus in the stronger leg.
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    Quote Originally Posted by benmayro
    cut it off thats what id do. jk dude... do lunges but with more weight on your right side. And do a few more reps with your right side!... how much bigger is it?


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    TIME TO STEP UP MY LEG GAME IM SLACKINN!!! did quads n calves today.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SweetLou321
    just do one legged lifts like unilateral leg press, bulgarian split squats, and step ups. Start with the weaker/smaller leg and just simply match the work done by the weaker/smaller leg with the stronger one. Over time this can help you balance them out and not lose size, strenght, or stimulus in the stronger leg.
    Good idea. Start with the right. I'm an idiot lol
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    Is one of your legs shorter then the other? Dont forget your hamstrings.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SweetLou321 View Post
    just do one legged lifts like unilateral leg press, bulgarian split squats, and step ups. Start with the weaker/smaller leg and just simply match the work done by the weaker/smaller leg with the stronger one. Over time this can help you balance them out and not lose size, strenght, or stimulus in the stronger leg.
    ^ This.

    You can also do: Lateral squats, traveling lunges, stationary lunges, split squats, single leg deadlifts, single leg stiff leg deadlifts, single leg squats, single leg machines (as a supplement), etc.

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    Some of the exercises listed can be used as part of your warm up, as well which will allow you to increase frequency under less intensity. I include things like lateral squats, lunges, 1 leg rdls and bounds as part of my warm up.
  

  
 

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