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The single-leg RDL exercise is an isolation movement aimed to target the hamstrings and the glutes. It’s a variation of the normal RDL exercise, except it isolates one leg at a time. It’s a great exercise for developing single-leg strength, balance, stabilization and overall posture.

You can perform this exercise with or without weights. It requires coordination and balance; therefore, it is recommended that your try this exercise first with no weight to ensure your form is correct – adding weight (i.e. dumbbell or kettlebell) to then progress.

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