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    Wannabebig Member vikingsroad's Avatar
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    fighting fire with fire

    My question: If I hold a dumbbell standing up with my right hand, and lean to my right, is that working the right or left side?

    Same question for that machine where you hold to handles and turn left or right, which side would I need to go, to activate my right side primarily?
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    I should have asked a question about my biceps.

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    If you are doing a properly peformed side bend then you would (to a greater degree) be working the side opposite to the side holding the dumbell.

    Same question for that machine where you hold to handles and turn left or right, which side would I need to go, to activate my right side primarily?
    Is this the machine you are referring to?

    Last edited by tom183; 02-05-2012 at 02:59 PM.

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    I am grateful for your answer. and yes that is the machine. you really hit a homerun, you answered my question and posted a picture.

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