Racking: Training Guide with Backpack

Running is a good exercise for increasing stamina. But far from the only possible, despite the fact that Cardiovascular training for survival

Running alone doesn’t force muscles to develop a functional strength. It is not necessary to prepare. If you need to carry your goods,

And just such training is training with a backpack, or racking (from English rucking), as our western calls for it. It will not be a problem.

During the forced marches, the backpackers were taken away. And so on, there was a rash, as well as a trend for a different lifestyle. Around the world of the world.

If you’re a little bit different, you’ve gotten a lot of benefit.

Scientific justification rackinga

Walking burns more calories than sitting in place. Running burns more calories than walking. BUT racking burns even when compared with running.

Why? Throwing a backpack on the back. It is a fact that the body of mankind has been able to keep up with the body. also increases.

The opinions differ. Less than 30 minutes. In addition, there is a lot of weakness in the load.

In addition, citizens who are not breathing for 30 minutes due to a weak breather confirm that it is much easier to deal with racking. Yes, and experienced runners to confirm the next day after such a training they felt much better. And they recognize that the body is arising from raking. It is the weight of the body and the legs.

Types of special workouts with a backpack

Base racking

In principle, absolutely any weight will do. Here are just a lot of special bricks wraped tape or sandbags. It would be a great deal to regulate the backpack. But, as she has already been said, he can be “raw dog” Well, let, actually.

It is always someone who can cover your backing up.

Additional load

Can be improved with a weighted backpack. Not even a lot of space or even an athlete. Pull-ups, squats and push-ups are perceived completely differently if resistance or weighting is added. Yes, it is also a body.

Physical training

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