Sandbag Carries

Sandbag Carries

How to do the Sandbag Carry using the principles of StrongFit with Dr. Sara Solomon & Jackie Perez

To lap the sandbag, deadlift it to your lap. Clasp one hand around the other wrist and stand up. Bear hug the bag (this will engage your pecs).

The sandbag carry is internal torque. This means you need to use your external obliques, glutei max and inner hamstrings. Bear hug the sandbag to engage your pecs.

Breathe in through your nose, and out through pursed lips. The longer you are able to maintain nasal breathing, the longer you will be able to maintain internal torque.

If you start to feel discomfort in your low back, and you start freaking out and breathing through your mouth, then forcefully exhale 3 times (go ahead and yell) and see if you can reactivate your external obliques and resume nasal breathing.  If you cannot, then drop the bag. You can rest and try again.  Over time, you will be able to increase the duration of time you are able to maintain nose breathing.

Don’t shrug up at the shoulders when you are hugging the sandbag.

You can use code SS10 for 10% off StrongFit sandbags here.

If you want to learn more about StrongFit principles and training from me, be sure to check out my online Strength Academy.

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Welcome! If you want to learn how to MOVE and EAT BETTER, you've come to the right place! I'm Dr. Sara Solomon. I'm a certified StrongFit coach and an intermittent fasting expert. I have degrees in dentistry (DMD) and physiotherapy (BSc PT), and I'm also a Pilates Mat Level 1 Instructor, CrossFit Level 1 Trainer, ACE personal trainer, NASM fitness nutrition specialist, a Mad Dogg Spinning Instructor, and a certified level 2 Buddy Lee Jump Rope Trainer and Ambassador. I'm a Bodybuilding.com and BSN Supplements sponsored athlete. My passion is helping people overcome restrictive diets and muscle imbalances so they can FEEL their very best!

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