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One-Sided Strength

“This routine works the muscles unilaterally, which is how the body moves during running.”
Janet, another mother runner

—Do 12-15 reps of each exercise using right arm or leg, rest 30 seconds, repeat each exercise using left arm or leg. No rest between exercises.

Single Leg Squat
One Arm Bent- Over Row
Single Leg Deadlift
One Arm Overhead Press
Overhead Tricep Extension
Bicep Hammer Curl

Repeat 2-3 times

Finish with 12 reps, 2-3 sets each of:
Bird Dog (to up the challenge, do this in plank position)
Reverse Crunch
Side Plank Hip Dips

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