In this episode, Bert and I speak about the foundation of all athletic performance, efficient movement. We dive into some of the biggest keys of movement, including the ability to load the body unilaterally. Outside of Olympic weightlifting, powerlifting, and a couple of swimming strokes, almost every movement we care about in sports is asymmetrical or involves unilateral loading (including walking, running, throwing, hitting a ball, etc.). Yet many athletes do not adequately train for strength, speed, endurance, and coordination in these asymmetrical patterns. Looking through the lens of asymmetrical movement, we discuss the relevant hip, foot, and scapular mechanics and how to train them.