Trainer Tip: Do Unilateral Work to Even Out Muscular Imbalances

It's natural to have a dominant side that tends to do more work than the other when worked bilaterally. If you're right-handed it's likely the right side of your body is more powerful and more developed than the left. unilateral work Bring up your week side by preferring dumbbells and kettlebells (instead of machines and even bars) working unilaterally (one side at a time) and beginning with your non-dominant side. Try lat pull downs with the single grip handle, delt presses with a kettlebell and tricep cable push downs single-sided.  

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