1. Better Form
The main thing that distinguishes the TORPEDO from its dumbbell cousin is
the off-set nature of the load. A TORPEDO’s center of gravity lies six to eight
inches away from your grip (when gripping the handle, anyway), and that
makes it harder to control.
As a result, practically any exercise you do with it—from conventional
strength movements like presses and squats to more unique TORPEDO
exercises like swings and snatches—is going to require stricter form and more
muscle activation than you could get away with using a dumbbell or a barbell.
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