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Thread: Weighted rucking

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    OP: for hot spots/blisters, learn where the hot spots ate gonna be, and apply moleskin to those spots ahead of time to prevent the blisters.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eurodriver View Post
    Is weighted rucking a good form of exercise?

    It seems inefficient at best, and downright unhealthy at its worst.
    Less impact than running. Not too bad if you're not over-loading (abusing joints and lower back muscles).

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    Quote Originally Posted by sinister View Post
    Less impact than running. Not too bad if you're not over-loading (abusing joints and lower back muscles).
    Depending on the grade and elevation gained/lost, it's great exercise.

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