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Mastering the Pistol Squat

The best outdoor athletes aren’t merely strong, they can harness and coordinate their strength through complex movements. To reach this level, you need to train your whole body with functional exercises, and the pistol squat is a great means to that end. Master this one, and you’ll gain new mobility and explosiveness—benefits that will help you improve upon all of your athletic pursuits. For more on the pistol squat, check out this recent Outside article.

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