Single Leg Deadlift (SLDL)


The SLDL is a great exercise to help address limited front and back hip mobility and stability. The exercise should be performed for 2 sets of 6 repetitions per side with a dumbbell. It is applicable to the Rotation and Plane scores and Connection at Impact and Power metrics.
The SLDL is a hybrid exercise that is both hip and knee dominant. While its main goal is to improve hip strength and stability, it is also a great exercise for ankle stability and core control as well and a “go-to” exercise year-round to help increase performance.
**** Note: If you’re looking to address any physical limitations related to this drill, we highly recommend that you get a thorough assessment by a qualified strength coach or PT.

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