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Plaster Hod Carrying and or plaster tender, not as fun as a bar tender
A plaster tender brings us plasterers the mud while a bartender brings us the beer : -)
Big Luu and hod carrying.

In this vide, I forgot to mention, what’s the point of a Hod, say, for example Big Luuu brought us up about 80 buckets using his arms when we scratched this jobs, these buckets can pull your shoulders out of joints and pinch all you spine muscles, and often do.

Experience with a Hod which now the weight sets on the large trapezius muscle top of your shoulder next to your ears is close to the center of gravity, in carrying heavy loads for many years it really helps learn, understand and remember this important fact.
Always try and work with perfect posture.

One of the great action martial arts film actors dude, John Claude Van Damme, taught me this as he was often quoted as saying learn to walk with perfect posture for longevity and core strength.

Again to clarify as it’s important for you young workers in all trades, one way of bringing buckets of mud to plasterers beats up your spine and sockets while another way (A Hod) is actually a great workout and strengthen the entire core and adds to muscle and strength building.

I can go into great detail as I always preferred the hod and the when I was plaster tender, but another example of the hurt that can be done to your body, go into a Chiropractor’s office you see pictures of plasterers on the walls, as guys who sometimes tweek our spines.

The idea of great longevity in any trade is common sense mixed with good posture, a Hod helps this while buckets do the opposite.

So to all you ambitious plastering dude’s and or ladies, who are interested in Hod Carrying and or plaster tending.
plaster tending is mixing and bring plasterers mud to spread,
Bartending is bringing us plasterers alcohol to drink after spreading mud all day.

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