primal fitness

Using your body is liberating. Yet chances are you know someone who struggles with the most basic movements.
Some days exercise is fun. And that's great. Some days exercise is not fun. And that's great, too. Here's why both sides are valuable.
In this episode, we talk to The Fitness Explorer Darryl Edwards about primal play, fun fitness, and meaningful movement.
Sometimes our workouts are our best friends, and sometimes we feel like the jilted ex. This week's articles are about the different ways we relate to our training.
We thrive on a broad repertoire of activity and intensity - plus an element of fun! I believe our training should reflect this.
I believe we were all born wild and wildness is still a part of who we are. I also believe outdoor exercise can be a means to reconnect to the innate wildness in all of us.
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?
Primal Home provides a one-stop place for all your paleo needs, from cooking, to hygiene, to household products. All the products are gluten-free, nontoxic, and made by small U.S. businesses.
Primal fitness isn't just about running barefoot through the fields and eating a lot of meat. So what is it about, and how can we achieve it? Check out these 10 articles and videos to learn more.
As Krista has evolved as a coach, so has her website Stumptuous, and so has the health industry as a whole. Here she shares her two cents (and her sharp wit) in regards to the fitness world.
Krista is a nutrition, health, and fitness coach with a doctorate in women’s studies. She's run the gamut training-wise herself and has some (sassy) advice about what it is to get fit and healthy.
This week let's take a look at what "primal" fitness in the modern world can look like. Let's go on an outdoor adventure with Erwan Le Corre, founder of MovNat.