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Isolated Movement

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An isolated movement is movement that requires the use of only one muscle, as opposed to compound movement, which requires the use of more than one muscle. Examples include biceps curls, pectoral flyes, and triceps extensions. Also called isolation exercises or concentration exercises.

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Compound Movement


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