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Don't stop. It's not unusual to have one side of your body to be slightly stronger than the other. This is likely to be true, even if you don't workout. Think about it, if you are right haned, you will automatically use your right hand for most tasks you do. Therefore you are likely to be slightly stronger on that side of the body. When working out, ...


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If you're not seeing muscle increase in your arms, it's either you're not working the muscles hard enough or you're using bad forms. You don't necessarily need to change your routine. First, check your forms and ensure that you're lifting the weights appropriately. That might require you watching a lot of videos and practise in order to use the proper ...


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Hypertrophy occurs when you push the muscle past what it is used to. Muscles thrive on regularity. In order for them to grow you need to change things up occasionally. I recommend varying a routine every 6 to 8 weeks of training. That may mean a number of things. For example, varying the sets, reps, or weight. Changing the order of body parts or ...


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Perhaps you should try to switch up your routine, and focus muscle groups instead of all over workouts. Perhaps 4 days a week training? Example of... Monday: Chest & Triceps Wednesday: Back & Biceps Friday: Shoulders + Core Sunday: Legs Perhaps you should try to focus more on each muscle group in an intense and short workout for about 40-60 ...


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If you want to become stronger and/or bigger (muscle-wice) you do not need to do 60 reps. 6-12 reps per set is about right. Burn feeling means little. If you are a beginner , you might find http://stronglifts.com/stronglifts-5x5-beginner-strength-training-program/ program usefull.



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