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ThomusV

Running - Strength Improv

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Hi. I plan on beginning the process of trying to join the Army next year and I have been running 30 minutes every morning, using an app to track the distance I cover to try and improve how far I am able to do in the time. I am limited by time and funds, that I haven't been able to do much else fitness related and so am looking to find a means of working on my strength as I run. 

 

I thought to add a backpack, with some weight in it, once I get more comfortable running. Though from my googling, I have found plenty of posts saying it works and plenty saying it doesn't. 

Or is it worth to cut time from my run and do something else? I don't have the funds available to join a gym. 

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I am definitely the most informed person in the world currently to answer your question.  Both deploy The Convict Trainer, for resistance running, and simultaneously do a full/fullish upper body workout with a bullworker, all this whilst running.  M,y training systems are enabling me to produce new physical world records through my sixties., so do n`t be boringly, statuesque, and merely borrow how to train off the masses.

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Do not add a backpack, it overloads and increases jarring of joints.  My system adds no additional weight, and reduces jarring over conventional running.  It deploys a swivel in line with single ball, should be a single shot put steel ball, (of various weights)  You are strengthened from the shoulders down through the entire 180% sweep.  The equipment does n`t exist, you`ll have to get it made.  This was an early prototype. 

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