Women are often told to train like the guys, but we aren’t guys. Apart from the obvious, women have some pretty significant differences when it
In part one Historical Perspectives I raised the two challenges I faced in the 1980s – first, that there were inadequate numbers of exercises being
Now that everyone is utilizing single-leg training, surely they have figured it out. But I suggest not. As I outlined in part two Challenging The Overreaction,
In part one Historical Perspectives I shared a historical review of single leg training. In this second installment, I will focus on what I call
Everywhere you look in the training world today you see single leg exercises. You could be forgiven for thinking that it was always this way.
Remember years ago hearing about the benefits to strength when you strength train just one side of your body? Even if you don’t work one