2. Single Leg RDL
Guys often miss their glutes and hamstrings. The RDL corrects that. Plus, by putting you on one foot at a time, it improves your balance as well as ankle and hip stability, says Dean Maddalone, C.S.C.S., director of the Professional Athletic Performance Center in New York.
Instructions: Stand on one leg, holding a dumbbell in the opposite hand. Bend at your hips to lower your torso until it’s parallel to the floor. Squeeze your glutes and push though your hips to return to standing. Perform all reps on one side, then repeat on the opposite side.
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