Anybody have one arm bigger than the other?

My left arm is a solid half inch smaller than my right arm at least. I'm afraid to actually measure my left lol my right bicep is 16.75 and my forearm is 16.25. My left forearm is about the same tho. Any advice? Obviously need to jack off with my left hand more but I'm actually a serious lifter for almost 10 years so don't give me novice advice. Or should I just not care if it is smaller Phone Post 3.0

I was afraid that my left arm would be smaller than my right when I first started lifting as a teen, since I am right handed.

So I set out to do as much with my left arm as possible. Carry groceries, change plates, carry bags, etc.

So actually believe it or not my left arm is slightly bigger than my right as of now.

So do more with your left just day to day. Phone Post 3.0

It's normal for the dominant side of a person's body to be slightly larger- but typically this difference is so insignificant its not visually noticeable.

However if its extremely noticeable, and the smaller side is substantially weaker in unilateral lifts, it's possible you might have some nerve impingement hindering motor recruitment.

(BTW, Why did you provide measurements of your right arm, but not your left? What were you trying to convey with this information?)


you could try seeing an ART specialist with nerve entrapment certs, if it's caused by scar tissue adhesions in the soft tissues this might alleviate it. www.activerelease.com to find a provider, it also lists the certs for each provider.

He didn't even measure the left because he's afraid but wants advanced advice...

vermonter - He didn't even measure the left because he's afraid but wants advanced advice...
It's visibily smaller to me I don't need to measure haha Phone Post 3.0

KOphil25 - 
vermonter - He didn't even measure the left because he's afraid but wants advanced advice...
It's visibily smaller to me I don't need to measure haha Phone Post 3.0

Why then, provide measurements of the right arm to begin with?

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KOphil25 - 
vermonter - He didn't even measure the left because he's afraid but wants advanced advice...
It's visibily smaller to me I don't need to measure haha Phone Post 3.0

Why then, provide measurements of the right arm to begin with?
Anyways lol Phone Post 3.0

My dominant arm is considerably smaller than my non dominant due to herniated discs. I train it loads but its still a good inch or more smaller. Phone Post 3.0

I would be willing to bet that most people’s arms are not the same size (even competitive bodybuilders etc.). Humans are not bilaterally symmetrical other than having two arms and two legs etc. But almost nobody is exactly the same from right side to left side.
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My dominant arm is also larger than my non-dominant one. It's not notice-able unless you really examine it (especially the wrist/forearm).

My job has me using my dominant arm much more than it would normally be used.

My left arm is smaller but I have had a shoulder reconstruction and a torn bicep so its always going to look different. Phone Post 3.0

Mr wonderful (not Phil Davis) did... Phone Post 3.0