Gain Strength, Power & Force for Maximal Performance | Forever Fit Science

Stability is simply controlled strength, power, and force. The more stability you have, the more efficient you can move. Here are few exercises for stability, balance, and strength focusing on hip flexion and toe dorsiflexion for maximal performance.

1. Single Leg Turnover (Hip flexion/ Toe Dorsiflexion)
2. Stability Hamstring Curl
3. Pistol Squat
4. Unilateral Runners Snatch

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