Most people assume that it’s important to do some type of range of motion in order to increase strength. Whether it be pulling a lat bar down or pushing a bench press up. However, what most don’t know is that you can increase your strength and get a great workout simply by carrying the weight. Michelle Richards and Mike Ritter from The Result Cult show us how “carries” can help strengthen your core and stability in the video below.

Increase Strength, Carry the Weight 

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Increase Strength

Michelle Richards is the Co-Founder of the Result Cult, Personal Trainer at Harbour Island Athletic Club, a Crossfit Mobility Coach at Crossfit Tampa Bay, and creator of her blog: “The Movement Project.” Michelle has dedicated her life to the study of human movement. She provides professional help to those recovering from injuries and physical limitations. Her movement based philosophy also results in enhanced athletic performance and healthy sustainable weight loss goals. In her free time Michelle enjoys playing with her dog Brooke, competing in Crossfit, playing slow pitch softball and paddleboarding.