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What is Lateral Dominance? Have you ever watched a soccer player or basketball player choosing to control the ball with one side of their body more than the other? This is known as lateral dominance and can play a big part in an athlete's performance such as setting up for a free kick situation in soccer. However, it can also be a hinderance if an athlete cannot use skills on both sides of the body, for example an athlete's inability to perform a cross-over and drive either side towards the hoo...
Posted on 2018-05-23