Unilateral vs. Bilateral Training for Strength and Performance

It’s interesting how different training philosophies can be equally effective despite considerable differences in exercise selection, periodization, etc. For example, some college coaches are heavily influenced by Olympic lifting and thus include a great deal of clean, snatch and jerk
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Unilateral vs. Bilateral Training: Impact on Speed and Agility

The squat is a bilateral movement that stresses a variety of muscles from head to toe. When performed correctly and too sufficient depth, the squat is a great exercise for building strength and power. However, over recent years the squat has faced some heavy criticism from strength an
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