Split Squat vs Reverse Wrist Curl

Overall comparison

The daily number of split squat lifts entered on Strength Level is greater than the daily number of reverse wrist curl lifts.

Metric Split Squat Reverse Wrist Curl Difference Percent
Daily count 13 4 ↑9 ↑225%
Total lifts entered 30,315 28,669 ↑1,646 ↑6%

Male comparison

The average split squat entered by men on Strength Level is heavier than the average reverse wrist curl.

The bodyweight of men entering split squat lifts on Strength Level is on average heavier than those entering reverse wrist curl lifts.

Metric Split Squat Reverse Wrist Curl Difference Percent
Average lift 191.2 lb 130.6 lb ↑60.7 lb ↑46%
Elite lift 408.9 lb 385.4 lb ↑23.4 lb ↑6%
Average bodyweight 171.9 lb 171.3 lb ↑0.6 lb ↑0%
Lifts analysed 3,371 2,564 ↑807 ↑31%

Female comparison

The average split squat entered by women on Strength Level is heavier than the average reverse wrist curl.

The bodyweight of women entering split squat lifts on Strength Level is on average less heavy than those entering reverse wrist curl lifts.

Metric Split Squat Reverse Wrist Curl Difference Percent
Average lift 104.7 lb 69.1 lb ↑35.6 lb ↑52%
Elite lift 225.9 lb 211.7 lb ↑14.2 lb ↑7%
Average bodyweight 137.4 lb 142.2 lb ↓4.8 lb ↓3%
Lifts analysed 1,294 154 ↑1,140 ↑740%