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unilateral

This movement provides a safe gateway to crucial single leg work for women.
Using dumbbells, kettlebells, bands, and even simple bodyweight movements, you can explore the vast array of movement options available to you.
Your ego-fueled lifts are more like the freak show than the strongman, and are setting you up for big problems.
The correct recruitment of the smaller muscle groups is typically much greater in single leg movements, compared to its dual-legged counterpart.
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Take two simple movements, put them together in a new way, and create the greatest bang for your buck when it comes to total body and mind engagement.
Life and sport are almost never symmetrical. Why do you train that way?
A simple modification to your regular kettlebell swing can transform it into a lethal unilateral training weapon.
From increased stability to altering muscular force, these bodyweight movements should be part of every athlete's training.
This strategy will flat out make you strong, even beyond the walls of the weight room.
Getting stronger is important for any athlete, but developing a solid base in every plane of motion is the key to being at the top of your game.
If you have a strong lower body, but still feel unstable, then your adductors might be the missing piece.
These will help athletes in sports like snowboarding, golf, tennis, surfing, or racquetball.
The imbalance of quad dominant over hip dominant exercises is dangerous. Salvage your body before too much more damage is done.
Most people undermine the power of single-leg training. In the following I share seven key strategies that will help you make the most of it.
I encourage everyone to analyze the true contribution of a new trend to your training before committing to long-term implementation.
Everywhere you look in the training world today you see single leg exercises. But it wasn’t always this way.
While any well-developed CrossFit program does cover a lot of ground, there are a few exercises I feel that CF folks would benefit from that I very rarely see these in a CrossFit program.