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Single-Leg and Double-Leg Training Implications for Basketball

January 1, 2015

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Both unilateral and bilateral training should be used to optimally develop basketball players. This article compares single-leg and double-leg training options and provides considerations and potential implications for training basketball athletes.

Coaches Exercise Technique Program design single-leg training basketball conditioning double-leg training bilateral training Unilateral training

Validity and Reliability of the Rear Foot Elevated Split Squat Five Repetition Maximum to Determine Unilateral Leg Strength Symmetry

October 21, 2019

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This infographic explains how utilizing the rear foot elevated split squat is a reliable method of testing unilateral leg strength and how it can measure athletes’ symmetry in producing vertical ground reactive forces.

Personal trainers TSAC Facilitators Coaches Testing and Evaluation Infographics Rear Foot Elevated Split Squat Unilateral Strength Symmetry

Transfer of Bilateral and Unilateral Trained Strength

July 1, 2019

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This infographic provides a brief summary of a study discussing the differences in training bilateral and unilateral strength and its implications on performance variables.

Coaches Program design Infographics Strength Training Change of Direction Maximal Force Velocity

The Bilateral Deficit—Plausible Explanations and Solvents

November 1, 2014

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By adhering to the basic principles of training, including progressive overload, periodization, and a safe lifting environment, the bilateral deficit can be improved by the amalgamation of unilateral force production, maximal effort, and repeated effort training.

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The Undervalued Lunge

Learning to lunge correctly can strengthen the lower body musculature, improve core stability and balance, enhance hip flexibility, and increase functionality. There are a plethora of modifications and progressions to consider.

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Strength and Conditioning Journal

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The Strength and Conditioning Journal is the professional journal for strength coaches, personal trainers, physical therapists, athletic trainers, and other health professionals working in the strength and conditioning field. The journal's mission is to publish articles that report both the practical applications of research findings and the knowledge gained by experienced professionals.

Practical Programming Strategies for Minimizing Training-Related Injury

April 1, 2016

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This article examines ways that personal trainers can take steps in order to effectively reduce the risk of clients suffering a training-related injury.

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Practical Assessments of Power for Law Enforcement Populations

September 17, 2018

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This article consists of five assessments that could be utilized by the tactical facilitator to measure upper- , lower- , and total-body power in law enforcement officers (LEOs). Although the focus of this article is LEOs, the assessments could also be used for other tactical populations.

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Reducing the Risk of ACL Injuries in American Football Players— Early Investment for Long-Term Gains

March 18, 2019

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Football is a high intensity collision based sport that has an inherent risk of injury in both competition and practice. The focus of ACL injuries and the development of injury prevention programs have been key in the development of youth athletes to keep them participating in sport with reduced risk of injury.

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Single Leg Training for a Two-Legged World

October 31, 2015

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No matter what the ready position is, sooner or later the weight transfers to one leg, JC Santana says in this hands-on lecture from the 2014 Personal Trainers Conference. Everything we do is one leg at a time, and the way to become better on two legs is to train on one legs. JC walks participants through exercises designed to train on one leg.

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