flickr | pattig27

flickr | pattig27

Painful or disfunctional ankles, knees or hips can make it difficult to get the most out of your training efforts. A highly effective method to bolster lower body performance and protect against pain and injury is to correct deficiencies and train for single leg stability, strength and power. Here are 3 videos that will help you to get more out of leg day from a single leg perspective: 

evaluating the single leg: 


avoiding single leg pitfalls:


building single leg stability, strength and power:


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Tim DiFrancesco, PT, DPT, ATC, CSCS is the Head Strength & Conditioning Coach for the Los Angeles Lakers and Founder of TD Athletes Edge, where he provides fitness, recovery and nutrition guidance to aspiring and professional athletes. For training advice, visit www.tdathletesedge.com and follow him on Twitter/Instagram through @tdathletesedge.

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