Isolation Vs Compound Exercises, Is one Really Better Than the Other?

In Back & Biceps Training, Chest & Triceps Training, Fitness Independence, Isometric Training, Progressive Calisthenics by Matt

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The debate between isolation and command exercises is starting to rage once again within our fitness culture. So this week, I wanted to take a fundamental approach to get to the bottom of the isolation vs command debate for building muscle and strength once and for all.

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