It fits the basic definition of walking and squatting, but it’s at a heavier weight than what I described earlier because I was referring to HeavyHands.
This involves a heavier but submaximal squatting weight. Shouldering the weight, the athlete walks 10 meters (or across the gym) and does a set of squats. After the last squat, another walk with the weights is done, then another set of squats, Etc.
The exercise involves a huge amount of muscle. Is it panaerobic?
I’ll leave that for you to decide… I’d assume it would be MORE likely “panaerobic” if some upper body work were done… Some overhead presses, some push presses, or jerks possibly. Of course it might be easier if these were front squats…or done with Dumbbells or Kettlebells at shoulder height.
However you do them, they could be another way of adding walking and squatting to your routine.
Note: Image courtesy Men’s Fitness article referenced…