Getting outside is the ultimate training plan
from Outside Magazine
Let’s try something: Lay flat on the ground and attempt to stand up without using your hands. Sounds simple, right? It’s not. You’ll likely feel some straining in your back and core, your hips will hurt as you push them out wide, and you’ll wobble as you try to find the right positioning for your legs. Should you finally get into a good stance, your quads will burn as you stand up. This movement is difficult in part because few of us spend a whole lot of time on the ground outside.
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