An essential part of your mission is to help you stabilize yourself during asymmetric movements in your daily life, keeping your body in a correct position when you open doors, get in the car or buy something.
Therefore, try to avoid training yourself only with symmetrical movements. Most traditional exercises require both parts of your body to do the same, but if you put some asymmetric movements in your workout, you will activate the muscle in real-life modes and prepare your body for the challenges of daily living.
These moves will help you become more athletic, so to be serious, how often do you have the opportunity to be in a fully balanced position when you are on the basketball or soccer field?
Pay attention at these five moves – single-handed Z-bar flexions, single-hand dumbbells, lifting with one hand on the bench, one-handed pulls and dumbbells over your head while sitting in a knee – Your training begin to improve your balance and shape your muscle.
The key to each exercise is to put your abdominal, gluteal and lumbar muscles in training, and try to stay as balanced as possible, even if uneven weight will try to pull you to one side or another. We encourage you to try these moves after doing the most difficult exercise in your training.