“One” has a bad rep. “One-dimensional.” “One-sided.” “One-trick pony.” We’re constantly told that “one” lacks depth and that “two” is twice as good as its fellow integer.
Stop the number bashing. In bodybuilding — the ultimate individualistic sport — there are times when training the left or right side of paired muscles separately is better than training them together. Generally, working one side provides for the freest range of motion, and it allows you to focus more on the targeted area.
Here, we rehabilitate the reputation of “one” with 10 unilateral exercises you probably aren’t doing so you can take a “one-sided” approach for better gains.
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