“Robb Wolf” (1:07:43)
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(0:00) Welcome Robb Wolf!
(1:53) MovNat Diet
(6:02) Sets, Reps and Rest
(15:25) MovNat and Strength Training
(23:56) Biking with MovNat
(25:08) MovNat for Personal Trainers
(29:52) Is MovNat a Fitness Program?
(38:05) MovNat Levels and MovNat Blackbelts?
(45:26) Workout Rcovery
(50:11) Elite Fitness Versus Health and Wellbeing
(58:26) Individual Self-Study MovNat Training
Question 1: Curt on the Continent of Africa: “What is the optimal MovNat Diet? Paleo?”
Question 2: Ziggy from Kassel, Germany: “Which set, rep, rest scheme do you recommend in the emphasis of a workout generally and especially if you want to learn a new movement? What are the MovNat points of view of sets, reps and resting between the sets if you want to develop strength, power, explosiveness or speed? And on the other hand, what about muscular endurance and balancing?
Question 3: Jason from Manchester, UK: “Do you need extra strength training with MovNat? And, what about biking a couple of times a week? Also, your certification is a hands-on approach. With this in mind, would you recommend the MovNat cert as a starting point for becoming a personal trainer?”
Question 4: Chyette from Phoenix, Arizona: “I currently do Crossfit and my physical ability is much better to do the things I enjoy like mountain biking, snow boarding, etc. I am starting to learn more about MovNat and plan to go to one of your certs, but if I dive into MovNat 100%, should I continue my regular fitness program?”
Question 5: Obray from Santa Barbara CA: “Do you have any plans on defining competence levels similar to Dave Werner’s Athletic Skill Levels, or belts as in a traditional martial arts system?”
Question 6: Ziggy from Kassel, Germany: “What possibilities do you recommend for better recovery between the MovNat sessions?”
Question 7: Peter from Auckland, New Zealand: “I know you have addressed this before, but what are your thoughts on how MovNat compares to not only Crossfit but also other exercise choices that seem to emphasize elite fitness over health and wellbeing? And, at what point does an exercise system actually become ‘too much’ and ultimately lead to negative outcomes? Are people forsaking wellness in search of fitness?”
Question 8: Joe from Long Island, NY: “Is it a good idea to follow the online videos without having experienced a course? Obviously face to face training would be ideal but it is not always possible to travel two hours to the nearest course being married with young children and a job. I am anxiously awaiting the arrival of a local course or some other official method of practicing at home like a DVD or book. So, until then I have been checking out the combos posted on MovNat.com and a few other MovNat Partners & Affiliates websites. I just wan assurance that I am heading down the right path.”