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Lateral Movement Drills

Lateral sled – For Those Who Need The Extra Punch

Lateral sled drag is a fantastic workout for those who need the extra punch. This workout focuses on increasing muscular strength of lower body muscles. Some treat it as a variant of the lateral lunges. However, the results delivered by the drill are promising. It is also suitable for folks that are unable to deal with deceleration stress due to hip or knee issue. Steps for correct workout are

• Stand straight
• Stretch one leg to one side
• Keep toes straight
• Pull the weight by walking sideways without changing the bending angle or body position
• Repeat with other leg / other side

Asterisks Lunges – Beat The Fear For Once And For All

Asterisks lunges upscale the benefits of regular lunges to the next level. You need two dumbbells for the workout. This drill is ideal for toning glutes and hams muscles. In addition, this workout is highly recommended for improving lateral speed. Well, footballers are you listening; beat the fear for the last time. Hit the Asterisks lunges and be the difference you deserve. Steps for correct workout are

• Stand straight
• Carry two dumbbells
• Lung as usual bending forward, 45° forward, lateral, 45° backward, and backward

Lateral Crossover Step Drill – Agility Matters When You Are Out There On The Ground

Lateral crossover step drill improves agility, stamina, and ability to turn quickly. It is a strength training drill with complete focus on improving the speed of the movements. This workout focuses on enhancing the strength, stamina, and ability to change direction with the typical side-to-side moves. You need a marker or cones for the drill. Steps for correct workout are

• Stand straight
• Take a crossover step
• Keep left foot in front of the right one
• Step right with right foot in front of the left in a crossover
• Complete the repetitions as directed
• Take a break of a minute between two sets of repetitions