An often-overlooked aspect of training in rehab programs is training in the coronal or frontal plane. So, a lot of our movements are in the sagittal plane, which includes squats, deadlifts, lunges as well as running.
But a lot of sports require us to move laterally, so from side to side with power and control. A great exercise for this is the lateral lunge. So have your feet about at least 2 shoulder widths apart, have your toes out your knees apart and then sit your hips back on one side, pushing the ground away. Bending and leaning to one side at a time. To strengthen leg muscles, add a weight: Dumbbell/kettlebell.
And that’s how you get strong in the coronal plane.
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