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Rotational Strength
Part 1 of the Series: The Problems with Single Plane Training

Even if you've progressed past the usual ‘big box’ gym mistake of sticking to a limited set of movements just designed to make you look good on the beach and your SUP (think bench press, curls and crunches for guys, triceps extensions and a million thigh and butt-focused gimmicks for girls), you’re probably still just working in two directions: up and down and front to back. 

It’s certainly important to develop strength and balance through these planes, with compound exercises such as squats, deadlifts and shoulder presses, and other ‘up-and-down’ movements and ‘forward-and-back’ ones such as lunges and split jumps. But life isn't restricted to these two planes of motion, and neither is your body when you hit the water.

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