I have a rather practical problem...
I want to be able to carry 10kg bag from store to home without taking any breaks.
In other words: I want to be able do a nonstop suitcase carry for 10-15 minutes with a 10kg weight.
At first this doesn't sound too difficult, but there are two things to consider...
I'm short and skinny guy and this 10kg actually represents 20% of my bodyweight.
I'm legally blind, so I have to carry my the bag in my weaker hand while my dominant is wiedling the white cane.
Thus far I've been thinking 2 different approaches...
My first idea was to grab a 10kg dumbell and then start improving my time.
In second thought I figured it might be actually better to first reach the desired time/distance with lighter weights (my adjustables go 5kg - 7.5kg and 10kg) and then increace the load after I've reached the desired time with lighter weights.
I'm currently gravitating towards the 2nd approach. Is this the way to go?
My second question is that I've now practiced this as a farmers walk (weights in both hands) since I figured it would be better to first reach the desired time with equal weights and then start doing the same with unequal weights. Is this reasoning sound?
And thirdly: I'm currently following Reddit's /r/bodywegiht_fitness recommended routine (Summary on Google Drive (PDF)), which is already quite long and time consuming routine. For time being I've just done the walk at the end of the routine, but I wonder if I should do more modifications to the routine? How should I modify it?
Thank you in advance, and sorry for typos. English isn't my native language.