Yep. Right handed so stronger upper body on the right. However, I have a history of injuries to my right leg, so I generally feel that my left leg is stronger.
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349 2/23/13 10:37 P
Well what's interesting is for me, it is the side of the body that goes second. Like if I do leg lifts with my right side and then my left, the left will always feel like it is more difficult. I dunno if it is mental, like that I know it is the second side so I'm almost done but I have noticed this happen with most strength training exercises.
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2/23/13 9:53 P
I have definitely noticed that my left leg isstronger than my right. I am right handed.
I'm left handed, but do a lot of things with my right hand and don't have any difference in sides. It's weird.
2/23/13 6:21 P
Yep, my right side is the dominant side. On me, you cannot tell physically (one arm is not bigger than the other, for example), but it is still frustrating that I can complete reps of an exercise on one leg or arm that I cannot on the other.
Everyone has a dominant side, it may be more noticeable for some than others.
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748 2/23/13 6:08 P
Has anyone noticed that one side of the body seems to be stronger than the other? Basically has anyone noticed that, depending on the exercise, that one side of the body seems to get fatigued quicker than the other (fewer reps fatigue quicker).
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