Episode 52

Bilateral Training Is Dead, Unilateral Is King


March 29th, 2021

25 mins 42 secs

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About this Episode

In episode 52 Michael Boyle, Strength & Conditioning Coach, joins us.

Specifically Mike will be looking at:

  • Why unilateral training is important
  • Advantages to unilateral training
  • Lack of advantages to bilateral training
  • Unilateral exercise progressions

About Mike

"Michael Boyle is one of the worlds’ foremost educators in the areas of performance training, personal training and athletic rehabilitation. Boyle has been involved in training and rehabilitation with a wide range of athletes, including stars in every major professional sport. Mike has also served as a consultant to some of the top teams in the NFL, NHL, as well as numerous division one athletic programs. In addition, Boyle has been involved in Olympic Gold Medal efforts in women’s soccer, women’s ice hockey, gymnastics and judo."

Website: https://www.bodybyboyle.com/
Twitter: @mboyle1959 @bodybyboyle
Instagram: michael_boyle1959

Check out David Epstein's episode which we discussed here: https://scienceforsport.fireside.fm/46


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