Is it normal to have larger measurements on one side of your body than the other (bicep, thigh, knee)? From a 1/2 inch (biceps and thighs) to 1 1/2 inches (knee). Left side is larger than right and I am right handed (if that matters). I think it's very odd but don't know if I should be alarmed.
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My entire right side (dominant) is bigger than my left - breast, back fat, thigh, arm . . . I don't worry about it too much, it's always been that way, and I didn't really pay attention to it until I was taking my measurements regularly.
It's normal. My right thigh is always 1" bigger around than my left. My left calf is always bigger than my right (from driving with a clutch, probably). It's whatever side is dominant for whatever activities you do, I think.
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