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To build a rock-hard core, grip strength, and a big upper back, the loaded carry reigns supreme. You’ve probably done the basic farmer’s walk, but now it’s time for a new twist on this classic muscle-building move.
What It Is: Loaded carries have you toting around various tools in different positions. They don’t target one muscle. Instead, they hit many, as well as your entire nervous system.
1. For single-arm carries, walk 10 to 20 yards or 10 to 15 seconds for each arm for 2 to 3 sets. Double the distance or time for dual carries.
2. Use lighter weights for longer distances or as a warmup. If you’re using heavy weights, shorten the distance and implement as a finisher.
3. Add three carry variations a week to your traditional workouts.
1. Pick up the item, brace your core, and stand up tall with your shoulders peeled back and eyes forward.
2. Move forward, taking small, choppy steps with a slight bend in your knees.
3. As you get comfortable with the loaded weight, your stride length can open up as long as your posture stays solid.
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