Also, my left wrist just isn't as strong as my right and I can tell it on certain exercises.
Doing my side dumbbell raises, my muscles are doing fine, but I'm finding it hard to finish my last set because of my left wrist. Any suggestions?[/quote]
Yea i have that problem also because I play so many racquet sports, my left forearm and grip strength are wayyyy stronger than my right. left forearm is actually 3/4" bigger than my right.
What I am doing to fix it. I am using the wrist ripper http://wristripper.com/how.html
it is really easy to make one actually if you don't want to spend the money, I actually made one myself.
What I do is perform a set using the ripper and right after the set I superset with forearm curls but only with my weaker forearm. I am hoping that this will even out the imbalance. My friend told me to be careful I don't build it up to be way stronger than my current strong side so I will measure both arms every 3-4 weeks or so. But honestly, I am not worried because there is such a huge difference for me.
The wrist grippers are also useful but I have yet to find one that isn't as intense as the 'captains of crush' ones but is more challenging than a conventional one. Although the metal ones usually coil back pretty good.
They also sell those ones that work on each finger at a time which I have never messed with but I would imagine may be beneficial.
Hope this helps, keep up the good work!
Where do you get your protein?
But as long as people stay away from our cooler bags with our meals and not ask silly questions, we're all pretty tame