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You’d be surprised at how rapidly your gait falls apart when your gas tank is low.
At the end of this final week of the challenge, you will achieve one successful tuck pop up.
This week, you will improve on your low forearm pull ups on your way to the full tuck pop up.
This week, you will master multiple forearm pull ups on your way to the full tuck pop up.
Glute Goddess - Increase, sculpt and build lean muscle, get fit, and lose fat. Look great. It's all here.
Looking for a challenge to launch yourself to the next level? Master this essential, but challenging bodyweight movement.
Regaining lost movement patterns and soothing trigger points are the keys to improving gait.
According to the mobility masters, you might want to let go of the foam roller.
Regain lost neuromuscular patterns through natural movement.
Learn how to walk again outside the confines of shoes for stronger, healthier feet.
Using your body is liberating. Yet chances are you know someone who struggles with the most basic movements.
Are you a wolf, or a chihuahua? Erwan Le Corre thinks you're a wolf, and he wants to help you feel like one, too.
If you feel as explosive as a sloth bear on phenobarbital, this article is for you.
Don’t let the usual excuses hold you back from doing something truly fun and truly effective. Change your workouts and you’ll change your results. Have fun this week!
Earlier this week we were honored to have MovNat founder Erwan LeCorre join us for our #RealKnowledge Twitter chat. Here are some highlights from the discussion in case you missed it!
No matter what sport you do, MovNat can help you improve. A comprehensive physical education system, it addresses everything from strength and power to coordination and awareness.
It caught me off guard recently when someone referred to me as a mature athlete? Me? I don't feel "mature" but that's partly because I regularly practice movement based on the MovNat philosophy.
We are not designed, nor destined, to be weak, sick, depressed, and confined. Yet, we have domesticated ourselves into "zoo humans." What can we do to repair this?