primal movement

As aches and pains accumulate, it seems everyone's hoping to become a little more “supple.”
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.
We are not lumps of clay that can be molded by tugging on things. Our nervous systems are actually what is in charge.
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.
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.
When children are asked what they think is important in life, play is often at the top of the list. So, when was the last time you played? I mean really played.
Moving well enables you to embrace, conquer, and overcome life. It allows you to be capable. You were made to move.
The movement of crawling is being touted as a rehabilitative, restorative, and even a performance-enhancing movement. It would even be hysterical, if it weren't for the fact that is completely true.
Hold onto your hats. This is the year I challenge you to exercise less. I know you think I’m either joking or crazy, but I’m (hopefully) neither. Allow me to explain.
When people come to see me and say they want to improve their running, I often will work with them on crawling and rolling. I always look for the easiest fix, and here's my logic behind this.
Let's talk about the cultivation of your parkour vision. What happens when you cut across a lawn, zigzag through the bushes, hop over a bench, or tiptoe along a planter?
Aside from being a way to build coordination, efficiency, and whole body strength, ground movements are nice additions to the warm-up portion of a workout.
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.
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?
The fitness industry is giving us some real clues right now, but are you paying attention? Bodyweight and movement-based training are trends for a valid reason.