We all have our movements we like and don't like. Usually that is based on what we're good at, i.e we like to do what we're good at. As an example, someone who loves to do cleans is most likely good at them. That doesn't mean they have to lift a lot of weight, it has to do with how it looks and feels.One of the reasons we consider ourselvesl good at a particular movement is because it looks good, purely aesthetic. With that, if the movement looks good, that usually means it feels good. A rounded back deadlift doesn't look good and I hope it doesn't feel good. Landing on your toes in a clean is in no way pleasing to the eye, and can't feel good if you care about your patella's. There are some movements in the gym that cause certain people to catch your eye because they look so good. Isaac's overhead squat, Frank R.'s split jerk, Shea's back squat, Sally's deadlift, Nancy R.'s push ups, Nancy G's front squat, Susan's Snatch, Farzad's kettlebell swing, Josh's box jump, Stacy's run, Rachel's row, Steph L's pull ups, Clark's power clean, the list goes on. To be honest this is really just a quick theory that may have no real validity at all, would love to hear what you guys think, but I'm willing to bet Sarah (pictured here) enjoys deadlifting.
7 Deadlift (225/155#)
7 Ring Dip