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Using The Scale During Unilateral Movements

Using The Scale During Unilateral Movements

⚖ I find that when you’re performing unilateral exercises that require support from other limbs, using the scale is a great tool to see how much work the non-targeted side is actually doing.

⚡Don’t limit yourself to the ideas or movements shown in this video or post. You can also do things like…

⚡Move the position of the scale (higher or lower, more left or right etc.)

⚡Alter the base of support you use (toe or complete foot, finger tips or hand, etc.)

⚡One simple way to progress is by limiting the number that shows up on the scale (for example don’t let it read over 15 pounds, etc.)

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