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How to strengthen your Sidekick

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In this video I demonstrate how to strengthen your Sidekick with a resistance band. A powerful sidekick can be a vital tool. I personally use it often! Make sure you stretch properly before doing this exercise so you don't pull any muscles. The low, medium, and high sidekick use different muscles and different angles so it's important to strengthen the muscles at all levels. With this exercise you will be strengthening both your fast twitch and stabilizing muscles! Key points to remember: 1. Pivot your foot so the heel is pointing away from the wall 2. The closer you grip the resistance band to your foot, the more resistance you get. 3. Chamber your knee so that your thigh is parallel to the wall in front of you In the video I only complete 1 set on each leg. For a more complete work out, try three sets of this exercise. As you get stronger, increase the resistance and hold for 30 seconds instead of 10! This exercise will help improve your leg strength when deliv
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