Have a plan to abandon overhead carries safely in case you get to 100 meters and have absolutely nothing left.


Get as close to a 100 meter max as possible.

If you get 90 meters and can’t go another step it’s A-Ok to count that weight as your 100 meter max and move on.

Same goes for 110 meters.

I don’t have farmer carry handles and can carry my heaviest kettlebell 200 meters. What should I do?

1. buy heavier kettlebells or farmer carry handles.

2. adjust distance in Bulletproof workouts to match how far you can carry the heaviest weight you have to work with.

Pro Tip
Always warm up before attempting a 100 meter max.


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