Examples of isometric exercises include open chest presses, small bicep curls, wall sitting and small tricep extensions. Isometric exercises typically involve little movement, but muscles are contracted to their extreme points.
Isometric exercises are small movements that focus on specific muscles. Unlike weight training, which involves a large range of movement, isometric exercises involve flexing, contracting or tiny movements to strengthen the muscle. This type of training is beneficial for increasing strength. Isometric exercises do not increase endurance, but they can enhance stability and balance. Many people also use isometric exercises as rehabilitation after injuring a joint or a muscle.