Single Leg Training Case Studies
I’d like to share a new article that I had go up on T-Nation today sharing some single leg training case studies.
This is not meant to be just a single leg vs. bilateral debate, so please read past the title and read the entire article because I think it’s interesting stuff, and I actually think it’s some of my better work. It shares case studies from different athletes comparing their numbers on various lifts.
I much prefer sharing real-world experiences to theoretical debates.
Here is an excerpt from the article:
“For the record, I’m pro-unilateral training, and I’m also pro-bilateral training. Unilateral and bilateral training aren’t binaries, and it’s best to do both and be proficient at both. I want my athletes to be strong all across the board. More than anything, I’m pro-strength. The case studies I’ll present below show the relationship between various exercises – how the numbers compare, how they carry over to one another, etc.”
You can read the article HERE!
Thanks, and I’d love your feedback.