You’ll want to really engage your core to stabilize yourself because you’ll be holding the weight on 1 side only.
Use a hip-hinge motion to push your hips back while keeping your upper body nice and straight. Squeeze your glutes at the end of each rep!
Grab your Swiss ball and get ready to work on your core stability and core endurance; something that people with lower back problems tend to have problems with.
Doing Farmer Walks one-handed forces your core to fight the unbalanced weight. Plus, like regular farmer walks, they’re still a great exercise for your grip, forearm, upper back, and most importantly, your core.
Farmer Walks are a great exercise for your grip, forearm, upper back, and most importantly, your core.
London Ontario Personal Trainer Roberto Sucuqui shares some tips for getting the most out of your jumps and leaps.