I need help with it, for as long as i can remember working out (about half a year of serious training, in general i only started working out last year but only about half was serious), my right bicep just didn't look right. It looks as if it's missing a lot of itself, it makes no sense. Basically, a normal bicep, to me, is suppoed to be filled out, when doing this pose, you can see that the bicep is filled out nicely, it's proportional. My bicep, for some weird fucking reason (and i hope to god it's not genetics cause that would suck really, really bad) seems to not look like that at all. Yes, yes i realize this is a bodybuilder, but let me continue. When i flex, my bicep literally all goes towards my shoulder, there's a lot of space between my lower bicep and my forearm place, a lot. I've been doing hammer curls for a long time, basically since i've started out. I dont understand why it's like this, it looks normal before i finish the flex, by the time i finish, it;s like a half bicep,it's fucking weird. I kept telling myself that it would fix itself if i kept working out, but so far it seriously hasn't...at all really (my left one is better but still has issues). The part that saddens me is that i look at other people who just started working out and their bicep is filled out normally. Also, if you were sitting in a chair and you put your elbows on the table and your arm to your face (like you were pretending to read a book in school but you were really sleeping), with both my arms relaxed, it seems my bicep sags to the left a bit too much, in fact, when i flex, it seems that my bicep covers half of my arm and it doesn't pop up fully, hard to explain. Anyways, is this genetics or do i just have to keep working out? What else can i do besides hammer curls, and why is it that only i seem to have this problem (seriously only me)?