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    When I bench it is clear to me that my arms aren't of equal strength. Coming toward the end of a set I often get pains in the left shoulder, and then my form dives rather dramatically. Does anyone know how I can solve this problem ie how to even up the strength in both arms?
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    change to bench dumb bells, theres less strain put on ure shoulders and try to work out your shoulder muscles more in your routine and the other stabilising muscles. return to bench barbell and see what the form is like.
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    (Original post by Rob_dob)
    When I bench it is clear to me that my arms aren't of equal strength. Coming toward the end of a set I often get pains in the left shoulder, and then my form dives rather dramatically. Does anyone know how I can solve this problem ie how to even up the strength in both arms?
    If your getting pains it seems to me like you need to train your rotator cuffs a bit more
 
 
 
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