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One Arm Landmine Row – Body Perpendicular to the Bar By Gene Coleman, Ed. D., RSCC*E If you find your team or yourself in a gym that doesn’t carry heavy dumbbells (DBs) or just looking for an effective alternative to standard rowing exercises, try the one arm landmine row. It’s an effective single-arm exercise...

Introduction: In athletics, muscles work in coordinated synergies to create movements and accelerate, decelerate, and stabilize forces. Athletic movements that are recruited by the nervous system are termed muscle synergies. Muscles synergies work as a coordinated unit to isometrically stabilize, accelerate, and...

The lateral sled shuffle is a lower body exercise that challenges the body in the frontal plane. This exercise helps improve lateral movement and increases strength in both the (hip) adductors of the lead leg and abductors of the trail leg. The lateral shuffle is a common movement pattern in baseball and improving...