Hi befitby40......just my 2 cents worth but muscle confusion is really just a fitness industry buzzword and marketing hype. Initial gains made by changing variables are often just neural adaptations to the new exercise, which lead to strength gains, not muscular adaptations. The fitness industry is driven by profit. Supplements need replacing often. A good exercise routine less so. This is my opinion why muscle confusion was born. It requires frequent changes in routine and the necessity of an "expert" trainer to write and implement them. In the history of athletics and strength training there are many examples of strong people who got that way with little if any variety. Even cross training has been proved not to work for making gains in ones primary activity. When Dr Ken Leistner asked Norb Schemansky how he could improve his press overhead, expecting some program with many facets, he was simply told unceremoniously, "just press".
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