Wednesday, November 2, 2016

Unilateral Training and the Bilateral Deficit

I wrote this a few weeks ago for StrengthCoach.com

Unilateral Training and the Bilateral Deficit

“What if the way we had always done it was wrong?”

Lee Cockrell- Creating Magic

Any time we bring long held beliefs into question there is bound to be controversy. However, imagine that I was going to show you a new spin on lower body strength training that would allow you to train with heavier weights and yet was far safer and potentially more effective than what you currently do? I think many intelligent coaches would at least initially say “show me”.

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from Michael Boyle's Strengthcoach.com Blog https://strengthcoachblog.com/2016/11/02/unilateral-training-and-the-bilateral-deficit/
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