Manual Labor Strength Building!

Manual labor work is a tough line of work, people can mimic the
work but the real laborer knows it takes a physical and mental
toughness to do it day in and day out.

One video shows me dragging out 800lb cans which is a full
body workout and when I drag and push two at the same time
about 50 yards 10 times is a good workout.

The other video shows rolling two cylinders weighing 175lbs
each a total of 350lbs requires stability, balance and strength
that you can’t build in the gym.

Bottom one is me throwing a 175lb cylinder on my shoulder and
walking in through the snow and bringing another one out. Nothing
to grab, just metal!

Toughness Builds Winners

Johnny Grube

Comments

  1. Hi Johnny

    I agree.

    I spent 10 years as a Coal Miner, 2 years as a Scaffolder, 9 years with Weights & Measures (lifting 25 Kilo weights all day) & kept in good shape. Now at 50 years old & mostly office bound, the weight piled on. Hower, bought your e-book couple weeks ago & started to work out.

    Keep em coming

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