Trevor Gutting

Kettlebell Bottoms Up Carry

The Carry

The final foundational movement pattern I include in my training programs is the carry. This movement pattern focuses on lifting a heavy object and walking with it. Heavy carries are great for building strength and stability, especially in the core. There are many variations and pieces of equipment that can be utilized for carries.  Why …

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Ring Inverted Row

The Pull

Next up on the foundational movement patterns is the pull. The pull consists of pulling the weight or object toward your body. This movement, like the push, has vertical and horizontal variations. The pull utilizes many different muscle groups but focuses mainly on the back, biceps, and shoulders. The variations of this movement are great …

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Goblet Box Squat

The Squat

Squatting is one of the foundational movement patterns along with the hip hinge, push, pull, lunge and carry. As human beings, we squat throughout our entire lives. From a baby first learning to stand to an adult squatting down to pick up a box off the floor. We squat almost every day so it is …

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