It is natural to enjoy that which we excel at doing. I love doing things that I am good at. I am good at ping pong, pullups and eating icecream. There is a reason for this. I do all three things often. I do them often because I am good at them. I am good at them because I do them often. And so on and so forth.
For those of you who don’t know a unilateral exercise is one in which your limbs are used interdependently. There are many different unilateral exercises that you could be using to supplement your training in order to become stronger, and prevent injury or imbalance.
With the World Cup going on I’ve been thinking a lot about soccer (football) and the nature of sports. There are some people who just can’t get into watching soccer *Mark* and that’s cool too. (No it’s not, leave the forest fire alone for just a day will ya?) With such a wide range of sports in the world, you’re bound to try out and enjoy watching a few in your lifetime. Sports are fascinating and a huge part of culture, not only for entertainment. They’re a testament to physical talent and mental drive, and sheer human willpower is often what it comes down to.
So what’s the best sport in the world? How do we even compare?