Unilateral training should be a key component of those training for athletics or general health. It often requires a great deal of core stabilisation as well as moving through the movement patterns to gain strength, this means you can get a lot of adaptation from just one exercise. They are also effective if you have limited equipment and only have access to one kettlebell, this will make them the bulk of your training programme.
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