farmers carry

Remind yourself that the lockdown is an opportunity to take time to rest, heal some nagging injuries, and pause and reflect on your training goals.
Train these movements regularly and you will gain strength, and avoid pain, especially if you’re new to training.
The fireman’s carry is done with a simple technique that we should all master.
Your butt is the biggest muscle in your body. If trained properly, it should also be the strongest.
Gaining strength in super simple ways doesn’t make you weak—it makes you smart.
You can carry sandbags, kettlebells, dumbbells, barbells, or anything. The more awkward the better but do loaded carries as part of your training.
The barbell shrug is a very misunderstood movement, a commonly passed over exercise, and often an incorrectly executed one.
Every concept is prone to oversimplification and misunderstanding, but “functional training,” as overused as the term may be, has led to a wonderful re-exploration of human movement.
A firm handshake can be a little alpha but being able to hang by your fingertips from a ledge? Pretty cool!
You can't have a weak grip and expect to get anything of value done.
It's here, the final week which means you made it just in time for the holidays.
Pre-emptive strike: prepare yourself for the flood of food and merriment that's coming your way through the holiday seasons this winter.
Beyond weightlifting and powerlifting there is another plane of weight training. The ultimate approach to raw strength is strongman.
Carries exist in a variety of forms. Here is a guide on how to squeeze the most athletic benefit from them.
Getting stronger doesn't have to be complicated. Use farmer's carries to increase your strength and improve your yoga practice.
We all have the capacity to improve. You'll be amazed at your own potential if you stick with this challenge.