Walk Like a Farmer

May 2008
Business Today;5/18/2008, Vol. 17 Issue 10, p154
The article discusses the Farmer's Walk as a simple exercise. Procedures on how Farmer's Walk is being done is provided. It also offers information on the benefits, which include the increase in grip strength for the wrists and forearms and works on the shoulder muscles and the rest of the body as well.


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