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    YanV is offline Senior Member
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    Default Question on C&P Ladders

    I am doing ladders with a 24kg KB - gotten up to 4 times of (1-2-3) as of tonight. As with many of you one of my arms is weaker than the other one, so on the last rung my weak (left) arm is much closer to being maxed out than the stronger (right) arm. Is there a danger that I am not working my stronger arm hard enough, and if there is, is there a solution? Thanks!

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    faizalenu is offline Senior Member
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    Default I have the same issue -- here is what I do, not sure if it is correct...

    My left arm is stronger in presses than my right (dislocated right shoulder in May).

    If I am working with the 24kg or 32kg, I do identical work.

    With the 40kg, I go as far as I can with the right, but try to come near the max on my left. It may look like this.

    24kg x 1 x 1,2,3,4,5 (warm up)
    32kg x 3 x 1,2,3,4,5
    40kg x 1 x 1L/1R/2L/2R/5L/3R

    ==> Just an example...

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    BrandonB is offline Member
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    Default I have the same issue -- here is what I do, not sure if it is correct...

    I wouldn't say there is a wrong OR right way...But i try to keep the ladders and rungs identical...JMO

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    Pavel Tsatsouline Guest

    Default Question on C&P Ladders

    Com. YanV, keep doing what you have been doing, let your weaker am catch up.

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