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Intermediate Carry for Paleo Fitness: The Racked Carry

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When you’ve gained a stable position, start to walk around in any direction you want.

When performing rack holds and racked carries, breathe shallow and into your belly. When the weight gets heavy, you’ll find it nearly impossible to take a deep breath anyhow, so taking shallow breaths in this manner will help you keep your back safe and control the stress level.

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