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raditional thinking suggests you should never round your back. But remember that Licis squat? Rounding your back is more natural than says trainer Dan John. “It gives you a chance to fill your torso with air, like a tire.” Build that strength with bear-hug farmer’s carries: Hold a heavy sandbag or med ball at your chest. Walk for 30 to 45 seconds; do 3 sets.

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