The off-season is a great time to get back on top of a strength training routine. Strength training is a great way to fortify your body against injuries, cure muscle imbalances, and get stronger. It isn’t all about getting to the gym and lifting heavy weights. Although that can be an element of your plan, having an assessment done to identify specific areas of weaknesses and developing a plan to address those weaknesses is a great way to get stronger. A big part of my strength training program uses only bodyweight or a band, such as; clamshells, monster walk, squats, and single leg deadlifts.
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