MOD Beginner – Crawl, Balance, Walk, Throw and Catch.

Are you completely new to this? You’re a Beginner MovNatter and that’s cool.   Find a partner and try 3 sets of:

 

40 Ft Knee Elbow Crawl
12 Ft 2×4 Balancing Walk
40 Ft Walking Split Squat
Deep Squat x 10
Light dowel or wood stick, One Arm Cross Throw and Catch x 20

You want intensity?  Just do it faster.  You don’t like counting?  Then don’t.  Listen to your sensations instead.

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WHAT IS A MOD?
MOD stands for Movement(s) Of the Day, or if you prefer MovNat Of the Day. It is a modular workout comprising one or several movements, and which you can modify and adapt to your needs.

HOW DO I USE THIS MOD?
The MOD workout above is for inspirational and motivational purpose only. Indications of sets, reps, time, height, distance, weight etc., are suggestions. Customize the MOD according to your individual competence and objectives. Keep in mind that effective and safe practice implies proper progressions, and that you are responsible for your own health and physical integrity.

WHAT IS MOVNAT AGAIN?
MovNat is a Natural Movement™ Fitness method. It is about moving naturally, i.e walking, running, balancing, jumping, climbing, carrying etc…and getting skilled and fit in the process. MovNat is 100% practical, and adaptable to the environment or the situation. Get started, join the MovNation, and empower yourself.

HOW DO I LEARN AND GET CERTIFIED?
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#1 is efficiency.  The rest follows.

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2 replies
  1. Joe Cebul says:

    I want to say Thank You for posting these MODs. It is helping me tremendously. My biggest problem is having the confidence to create my own. By you providing samples, it gives me a much larger database in my head to work off of. I had no partner today, so I changed the One Arm Cross Throw to a Walking Throw and Catch. I thought it would add just enough difficulty to the throws and catches to have the same effect (minus the cooperative aspect).

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