A Case for More Unilateral Training
Matthew Poplin

Exercise selection is one of the most important variables in regard to creating adequate training stimulus and adaptations necessary to get stronger, faster, more skilled, and so forth. Some of the earliest branches of the tree of exercise selection involve choosing between unilateral or bilateral exercise. Bilateral exercises refer to those that require using both homologous limbs (both legs or both arms) at the same time, such as the squat, bench, deadlift, snatch, and clean and jerk. Unilater...

Jeff Williams December 26 2017 8:55 pm
Interesting read. This is actually my area of study for my dissertation with weightlifters, so it should be interesting to compare the results I get next year versus what previous contributors have done for the last 50 years.
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