Do You Program or Perform Loaded Carries?

“Every program aimed to enhance athleticism needs some sort of loaded carry in it.” 👉 Dr. Stuart McGill

Loaded carries are great for training grip, core strength and stability, coordination, work capacity, and can play a huge role in shoulder health.

loaded carries

Maybe more importantly, loaded carries are a self-limiting exercise/movement, training our postural stabilizers and not our larger prime movers. In sport and in life, when our postural stabilizers fail, our potential for injury increase to a large degree, so it makes sense to train those stabilizers to be more resilient and do their jobs.

Some of the carries that we utilize regularly are farmers, suitcase, Goblet, Bottoms Up, Overhead, and various Combo carries, all of which have different uses and reasons we use them.

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