Single Leg Stability

Single Leg Stability (SLS) work is very important for preventing issues with your basic movement patterns. SLS should be added to a program at least once a week.

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Here is an example Program:

Tuesdays & Thursdays:

Lateral Bounds 3x10 Each Leg

Single Leg Romanian Deadlift 3x10 Each Leg

Single Leg Hops 3x10 Each Leg

Adding in this training will increase your stability and strength while standing on one leg. We will typically find us standing on one leg more often than we think. Reaching a light bulb, painting a wall, grabbing something just out of reach, etc.

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Another benefit in SLS Training is that it helps prevent non-contact injuries such as MCL/ACL tears from planting the foot wrong or cutting improperly.

Dedicate & Succeed,

Justin Kukla