Ultimate Hockey Training: Bilateral Deficit

Short excerpt from my book Ultimate Hockey Training on the “bilateral deficit”.

There are structural, biomechanical and neurological reasons for why single-leg training is essential for sport performance, and advantageous for general population folks. Of particular interest – fatigue is pattern specific, so a focus on single-leg training leads to fatigue resistance in single-leg patterns, which characterize the bulk of athletic movements.

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To your success,

Kevin Neeld

P.S. If you’re interested in understanding the “why” behind the most effective hockey training methods, check out: Ultimate Hockey Training

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