In Part 1, we explained how single leg variations can be a very powerful option for building an impressive set of wheels.

Taking single leg training a step further, we explore how performing hip-dominant single leg movements, can not only eliminate the staleness of an old routine, but also challenge the core to an incredible extent, correct muscle imbalances, and attack muscles in a different way than bilateral training offers.

The next time you’re in the gym on a leg day, try getting on one leg for a change!

Unilateral Hypertrophy - Killing it One Leg at a Time: Part 2