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When it comes to strength training, squats and bench presses have their place. But bilateral movements shouldn't be the entirety of any workout, because they neutralize rotation. As a physical therapist, you likely already understand rotational movement, but take time to stress its importance with your patients — and remember to train for it in your own life. Let's start by recognizing the prevalence of rotation in real-world movement.


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