SEE HOW THE AGILITY CHALLENGE WILL HELP YOU GET MORE FIT, FLEXIBLE, AGILE, AND LESS PRONE TO INJURY!
HOW TO CARRY TUNNEL BAGS AND JUMPS WITHOUT GETTING HURTING YOURSELF, AND EVEN GET BETTER AT IT!
Strongmen, power lifters, functional fitness competitors, Highland Games athletes and Cross Fit enthusiasts have been performing heavy and timed loaded walks for years. Why not do the same on the agility field to gain strength and endurance? Don't have access to a gym? No problem. However, if you do workout at a gym you'll want to include carries regularly. You can substitute any of the field equipment with Kettle bells, dumbbells, weighted bars, sandbags, medicine balls or whatever you can come up with for fun and variety.
There are so many ways to benefit from Loaded Carries even just doing them when building courses. They can be done as a warm up, finisher, or put them between other exercises in your regular workout. Perform LCs one day per week at the gym on either a push day or lower body day. Get creative and use a variety of Loaded Carries and equipment.
What are "loaded carries" (LC) and walks?
Loaded carries were popularized by world-renowned strength coach Dan John, who calls them a “game changer” and believes that they should be a regular part of any athlete or strength competitor’s training program. LC's and their unlimited variations are among the best total body strength, core stabilization, and functional moves you can do to gain muscle, get stronger, and move better.
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