In 2018, no city had more construction jobs than Los Angeles. This means that general contractor Deus Scott, who starts work at 4:00 a.m., frequently switches between construction sites. He laid the foundation stone for high-rise buildings and rebuilt Hollywood houses. Each day is like a makeshift CrossFit competition: in a moment, Scott could be hauling a couple of 60-pound table saws a few hundred yards; Next time he balances a 100-pound air conditioner on his stocky shoulder and climbs a six-foot ladder for two men to take from him.
When he’s not lifting, he’s challenging his mobility and pushing his 6’2 “, 190-pound frame into crawl spaces to redo the electrical wiring.” I had an extreme 36 hours of work in a row, “he says. Last time that happened He went home, slept six hours, and then went back to work.
How to carry like a contractor
You did Farmer’s Carry, but not like this: Take 2 dumbbells or kettlebells and hold them over your head, core and buttocks. Go as far as you can, then lower yourself to shoulder level and repeat the process. Then lower on your side and repeat. Start off lightly and try to work up to 50 pound bells over time.
This story originally appeared in the May 2020 issue of Men’s Health.
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