• It cor­rects im­bal­ances:


It en­hances pro­pri­o­cep­tion: There is a learn­ing curve as­so­ci­ated with uni­lat­eral train­ing, and you hone your bal­ance and co­or­di­na­tion in or­der to prop­erly per­form an ex­er­cise. This means bet­ter over­all ki­netic ac­tiv­ity through­out your body and im­proved per­for­mance in the gym and on the play­ing field.

No one wants to be walk­ing around with one arm or leg big­ger than the other, so to bring up lag­ging parts, uni­lat­eral train­ing is your best friend. Im­prov­ing strength in con­tralat­eral mus­cles rel­a­tive to one another also means that no mus­cle is a weak link and that the risk of in­jury is di­min­ished.

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