Exercise Comparisons

Bryce · March 6, 2024

Every (seemingly) subtle tweak made to the execution of an exercise has an outsized effect on the outcome.

That is to say, small variations in how you perform a movement can be the difference between Exercise A and Exercise B.

So understanding which execution tweaks lead to divergence in intent — as well as when/how to lean into this effect — is of the highest importance when selecting exercises.

There are also other differences between variations that can lead to confusion when comparing across like-movements: modality, body position, joint torque, strength curves, and open-vs-closed-chain (just to name a few).

It’s specifically these exercises — ones that are similar enough to be confusing — that are worth a closer examination…

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