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Single-leg RDL Circuit

Angle-Based Images: Single-leg RDL Circuit Video
Angle-Based Images: Single-leg RDL Circuit Video
Angle-Based Images: Single-leg RDL Circuit Video
Angle-Based Images: Single-leg RDL Circuit Video
Angle-Based Images: Single-leg RDL Circuit Video
Single-leg RDL Circuit: Step 1
Step 1 Hold a pair of dumbbells with overhand grip and the weights at your sides. Stand on one leg with a slight bend in your knee.
Single-leg RDL Circuit: Step 2
Step 2 Keeping your spine naturally arched, hinge forward at the hips, pushing your hips toward the wall behind you, and allow the dumbbells to lower towards the floor. As you lower, lift your rear leg behind you to counter your balance. Pause, then return to the starting position.
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Single-leg RDL Circuit: Step 3
Step 3 Next, grab a low-positioned cable and repeat the movement, pulling the cable up as you hinge upward.
Single-leg RDL Circuit: Step 4
Step 4 Finally, repeat the circuit with a high-positioned cable, pulling the cable down as you hinge forward.

Progressions & Variations

Tips

Avoid bending at your torso to start the exercise. The movement should begin by shifting your hips back.

Keep your shoulders pulled back and down throughout the exercise.

Avoid allowing your upper back to round. Maintain a neutral spine throughout the movement.

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