The single leg squat: when to prescribe this exercise

The single leg squat (SLS) is an exercise that has been the subject of numerous
research studies in recent years – primarily in the field of physiotherapy and sport
rehabilitation, considering where the majority of literature has been published. The
unilateral nature of the exercise has encouraged researchers and practitioners to
identify what the key muscles are when performing this movement pattern and the
factors that may be responsible for enhancing performance during this particular
task. From a rehabilitation standpoint, the literature has tended to focus on the
capacity of the SLS to identify issues with kinematic differences (primarily at the
hip and knee). Please keep on reading the attached PDF

The attached article was published in the UKSCA Journal number 41 in June this year