To get the best results, strength train like an athlete. If your gym routine involves sitting on a machine or always working 2 legs(or 2 arms) at once, your workout lacks something: Functionality. Try this workout to improve your strength as well ...
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I have a four exercise block utilizing one arm, one leg at a time. That’s normally how we go though our lives, we just train that way. First exercise is we’re going to do a one arm, one leg row. So, we will get our left leg. Counter bell in our right arm and we’ll do a one arm row. Do anywhere from 10 to 12 reps. I’ll do it from the side. Switch sides— [Demonstration] Next exercise is a single leg squat. So again, I’ll start with the left leg. Right leg is straight in front of us and push our hips back, sit back on a chair and back up. Again, do anywhere form sixe to 10 reps. Switch legs— [Demonstration] Good! Next exercise is we lay on a mat to do some floor pressing. Counter bell in your right hand, leg straight out at six to eight inches off the floor. Keep your back flat against the mat and we’ll punch to the ceiling. [Demonstration] 10 to 12 reps— [Demonstration] Switch sides— [Demonstration] Good! Last exercise, we’ll do a single leg dead lift. So, counter bell in your right hand. Put your balance on your left, we’re going to dead lift down and back— [Demonstration] Get anywhere from six to 12 reps, whatever you're comfortable with. You can switch hands, switch legs— [Demonstration] There you have it, a fast a fit workout from trainlikeanathlete.com.

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