15 Natural Movements Most People Should Be Able To Do

You'd be surprised how well an average adult human being should be able to move. It's no secret that average fitness levels have been gradually decreasing in the modern world for a long time. Unfortunately, the bar for health, fitness, and natural movement has been lowered so many times that, as a ... Read more ›


8 Daily Habits of Good Natural Movers

By John Sifferman We asked our MovNat Team Instructors: What daily habit have you adopted that's helped you to get healthier, move better, or become more capable for the real world? Stefano Tripney - MovNat Team Instructor Ground Movement. Thinking this question over was a bit like mining for gold. ... Read more ›


Fix Your Inverted Crawl With These 2 Drills

By Erwan Le Corre, MovNat Founder Even though it's a rudimentary movement pattern, many people have difficulty performing the inverted foot hand crawl (aka the "crab walk" or the "crab crawl") with efficiency - including very fit individuals who have simply never learned how to perform this basic move properly. Simple mistakes are more ... Read more ›


Beyond the Basics: 5 Intermediate Level MovNat Combo Workouts

So, you've already worked through our Beginner's Guide to MovNat. You can balance on a 2x4 board, stick your landings, and crawl effortlessly. You've been there, done that. And now, you're ready for more. Congratulations. You are entering into the Intermediate Level.   Below, you'll find five intermediate level MovNat Combo Workouts that ... Read more ›


Balancing Basics: Avoid These Common Mistakes

By Craig Rice, MovNat Team Instructor Are you making these mistakes while balancing? If you've never been coached in natural and efficient balance technique, then like most people, you'll probably have some room for improvement. Addressing deficiencies will make a big difference in your performance, especially when you increase the challenge (e.g. narrower ... Read more ›


MovNat is Progressive: Why This Principle Is Critical to Success

by Erwan Le Corre, MovNat Founder Natural movement is progressive. You don't suddenly morph into a skilled, efficient, natural mover when you are born, or reach some arbitrary milestone in life, such as adulthood. On the contrary, the acquisition of movement skill and adaptability is a relatively slow process. Furthermore, it cannot ... Read more ›


Beyond Box Jumps: The Power Jump to Hang Landing

By Erwan Le Corre, MovNat Founder So, you can jump and land on a flat, horizontal surface just fine. But how well can you land on a vertical surface (e.g. like a wall or tree trunk)? In the real world, we don't always have a nice wide open space to jump and land ... Read more ›


Why Train MovNat Combatives? A Woman’s Perspective.

By Julie Beck, Level 2 MovNat Certified Trainer & MovNat Combatives Trainer In the words of MovNat Master Instructor, Vic Verdier, “YOU don’t choose, THEY choose YOU” and you need to be ready for your life to change in an instant. Have you ever been near to someone who gives you the willies or ... Read more ›


How I Program a Natural Movement Fitness Session

  By Eric Brown, Level 3 MovNat Certified Trainer and Team Instructor As a MovNat Team Instructor, I get asked the following questions all the time: As a Natural Movement Practitioner, how do I create my own sessions, that use all of these great movements that I’ve been learning?  ... Read more ›


7 Natural Movement Fitness Goals for 2018

Here at MovNat, we have high expectations for our students because we believe you can meet them. We believe in your potential to be strong, healthy, happy, and free. We believe in your ability to move well - with strength, power, and grace - now and into old age. We believe that no ... Read more ›


MovNat Combatives: What You Need To Know

By Nathan Amado, Level 3 MovNat Certified Trainer & MovNat Combatives Trainer MovNat is all about real world, practical movement skills. From movements that you can use in your everyday life, to movements you may only have to use once in your life (but are vital nonetheless—maybe even more so). These ... Read more ›


A Beginner’s Guide to Vaulting: From The Ground Up

By Alex Schenker, Level 3 MovNat Certified Trainer Let's be honest. Throwing your body into the air while your arms support you as you fly over to the other side of an obstacle is something that just sounds pretty intimidating to most people. Seeing this action through the acrobatic feats of elite ... Read more ›


5 Natural Movements to Reverse the Damage from Sitting

Sitting for long periods of time wreaks havoc on the body. Fortunately, the solution is simple: sit less and move more. And that's a good start for anyone. But you'll get the best results when you start moving better. In fact, one of the best things you can do to reverse the damage caused ... Read more ›