3 replies
  1. Aubrey says:

    MovNat team, these are incredible, thank you so very much for providing them. Even though I’ve attended a 1-day and 2-day, having these as inspiration makes all the difference in keeping the material fresh and relevant, and I continue to learn by very carefully watching and emulating some elements of the movements I have yet to develop.

    Looking forward to the advanced workouts next week!

  2. Raph says:

    About downwhill running, don’t the joints (knee ones especially) sustain stronger impacts in this way than if you were to run up hill for instance?

    Downhill running does call for a different style of movement than normal or uphill running granted, but purely in terms of the ratio ‘resistance on the muscle’ / ‘joint impact’, isn’t downhill running worse off than normal running?


    • me says:

      Yes, greater shear forces are exerted in downhill running…uphill runs are more demanding, lack eccentric loading and are kinder to joints.


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