Morpho-anatomical analysis in training is an important concept to integrate for non-doping athletes for whom the only possible avenue of progressing after the initial “beginner” progress is personalization at all levels.
This specific assessment in training does not predict the level you will be able to reach with training.
Morpho-anatomical analysis in training does not predict the level you will be able to reach with training. It only allows you to know where difficulties will arise and by doing so knowingly can prevent certain issues, such as an injury, from occurring.
By determining this in advance, we can prevent this from developing by immediately selecting the right exercises for yourself that will work the muscle that you want to develop, as well as by reorganizing your program in order to not to develop an unbalanced physique.
All the polyarticular exercises that we do involve several so-called agonist muscles, which are muscles that have the same function in common, and compete in terms of muscle recruitment during exercise.
Unfortunately, it is not possible to completely compensate for bone lengths with increased mobility if you find yourself in the extremes. If you are really at a disadvantage in a certain type of exercise, then you will need to be extra careful that you don’t overdo through wanting to progress quicker.