8 Of The Best Single Leg Strength and Muscle Building Exercises

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< map wp-tag-video js youtube="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OthhvPu-Mro"/ wp-end-tag > Single Leg Training – Posterior Chain ⤵.
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✊ Collaboration: @lukahocevar + @matthewibrahim_.
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We collaborated to provide you our 8 preferred single leg training exercises to build posterior chain strength.
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♂ The exercises below challenge single leg strength and stability in a variety of approaches, while making use of different tempos, packing patterns, combinations and training carries out (i.e., SSB, KBs, chains, DBs, plates, physioballs, and so on).
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The posterior chain of the lower body describes the muscles on the backside, which is mainly made up of the hamstrings and glutes.
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Getting your posterior chain exceptionally strong, resistant and long lasting is a sure-fire approach to improve athletic performance, physical fitness and overall health.
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✅ Follow our leading 8 single leg strength workouts below to start establishing a robust posterior chain.
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1. Supported Safety Squat Bar Bulgarian Split Squat.
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2. KB Dead Stop 1-Leg RDL.
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3. KB Roller Anterior Lunge.
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4. Chain Bench 1-Leg Hip Thrust w/ Knee Drive.
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5. Reverse Lunge/Step-Up/Staggered RDL Combo.
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6. DB High Box Step-Up w/ 5-Second Eccentric.
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7. Plate Skater Squat.
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8. Physioball Band 1-Leg Reverse Hyper.

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4 comments

lil. k.i. 2_fie January 10, 2021 - 7:54 pm

💔

Carlos H January 10, 2021 - 7:54 pm

Solid

Emad Darawsheh January 10, 2021 - 7:54 pm

I will try it tomorrow…thanks luka

aaron maxim January 10, 2021 - 7:54 pm

i tried these today with only my bodyweight, if done properly they are killer with just great form. Im excited to see how strong i get. For the roller one i used a furniture slider….works great!! thank you as always

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