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How does technique change across exercises ?

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How does technique change across exercises ?

This is a very important concept to understand, because although a lot of “training gurus” aim to suggest the best exercise tips/nouances to “really target X zone of Y muscle & maximize hypertrophy” fail to understand that muscles work in a system, and that in most (if not all cases) technique will be forced to change depending on load, fatigue (& more).

… If the context is trying to maximize hypertrophy, where we know that decent levels of effort are mandatory to create meaningful stimuli, then we’ll have to deal with this fact. And it’s not “wrong” or something to avoid, nor to change: it’s simply efficiency at play.

So, while a good range of cues will of course work to maximize the efficiency of a movement, keep in mind that this wfficiency is not a set rule, and that it changes greatly depending on a myriad of variables!

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