4 Lessons This Doctor Learned From Natural Movement

Explore, Learn, Grow, Ask Why By Phil Lombardo, DPT, Level 2 MovNat Certified Trainer MovNat connects my physical training to the rest my life. I have always believed that my workouts provided me with many benefits, but looking back, I now see that I lacked connection between my physical training and my larger ... Read more ›

“Barefoot” Minimalist Footwear Review 2018

  By Danny Clark, MovNat COO As the seasons change, it’s a great time to contemplate how you’ll be outfitting one of the most important parts of your body: your feet.  While warmer weather in the northern hemisphere naturally entices unshod nakedness for many, it’s very likely you’ll find yourself needing (or preferring) some ... Read more ›

5 Natural Movement Fitness Mistakes That Are Holding You Back

 By John Sifferman We asked some of our top MovNat Professionals: What is the biggest mistake natural movers and/or movement-minded fitness enthusiasts make? Kimberly Alexander - Level 3 MCT Natural Movement is sweeping through the fitness industry world-wide as people search for more purpose as it relates to their training. ... Read more ›

How to Find Freedom by Climbing Out of the Fitness “Box”

10 Ways MovNat Changes Your Perspective About Fitness and Movement By Danny Clark, MovNat Performance Director and Master Instructor Many people are inherently resistant to learning MovNat, especially those who have been in the industry of fitness or therapy for awhile. Instead of going through the sometimes uncomfortable, energy intensive process of reorganizing thought ... Read more ›

5 Ways to Deepen Your Fitness and Movement Practice

How To Move With Purpose, Increase Your Real World Capability, and Get More Out Of Your Natural Movement Practice If you want a body that moves powerfully, gracefully, and efficiently, that doesn't wear out or get hurt easily, you've got to do things a little differently. And you've got to go deep. Too many ... Read more ›

The Tripod Vault: The Easiest and Safest Vault

By Erwan Le Corre, MovNat Founder The Tripod Vault involves using a foot for support, not just one or two hands, making it the easiest and safest type of vault. The great advantage of the Tripod Vault is that it is the best entry-level vault technique for those unfamiliar with vaults. Indeed, it is ... Read more ›

MovNat Combo Workout for Climbing (Intermediate)

“Hey! I want to do an intermediate-level MovNat Combo that focuses on some of the other climbing skills.” Well, have I got the combo for you! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0_ppgif1LV4&feature=youtu.be This MovNat Combo focuses on five skills: Front power traverse Running Side swing traverse Foot hand crawl Leg ... Read more ›

Mindfulness: The Gateway to Efficient, Adaptable Movement

by Erwan Le Corre, MovNat Founder The notion that movement or even physical exercise can be “purely” physical is absurd. Your muscles don’t have neurons. They don’t think or get “confused”. They don’t know their names. They don’t know how to count to ten. They have no intention of their own.  ... Read more ›

6 Natural Movements Worth Doing Every Day

Your body wants to move. It craves natural movement. And while any movement is better than nothing, there are some natural movements that can and should be done more often than just during designated practice sessions or workout days. And this is one of the so-called "secrets" of really good natural movers. They don't ... Read more ›

Anatomy of a MovNat Practice Session

Why Professionals Who Want to Teach Movement Safely and Efficiently are Aligning With the MovNat Method By Danny Clark, MovNat Performance Director and Master Instructor One of the key values of the MovNat method is its usability for health and fitness professionals looking to build a better base of movement for their students. ... Read more ›

8 Natural Movements For Better Balance

By Erwan Le Corre, MovNat Founder Who said balance training is only for the elderly? Balance is critical for people of all ages. Not only does it help us avoid falling, it also serves as a foundation for all bipedal movement such as walking, running, and jumping. Plus, it's a great tool for improving ... Read more ›

Is Natural Movement Primitive or Cutting-Edge?

By Danny Clark, MovNat Performance Director and Master Instructor Is the MovNat Natural Movement System a step back when it comes to health, fitness, and exercise science? We believe it's a step forward.   Hi Rob. This is a great philosophical discussion point, and it’s likely a thought process that ... Read more ›

Natural Movement is Vital To Survive and Thrive

by Erwan Le Corre, MovNat Founder While humans may occasionally reflect about the purpose of their lives, the fundamental biological agenda of all animals is not only survival but also reproduction, which ensures that their genetic pool is transmitted to their offspring and therefore perpetuates itself. Even to those of us who ... Read more ›

5 Advanced Level MovNat Combo Workouts

Welcome to the Advanced Level. Few people endeavor into this territory, but the ones who do open the door to a whole new world of possibilities. The self-confidence and empowerment that comes from pursuing this level of training - not to mention the real world capability and conditioning you'll receive - is well-worth ... Read more ›

How to Start MovNat if You’re Overweight

Question: I am curious. I am morbidly obese, 350+, and in bad, bad shape. Is this "over my head?" - Ricky The short answer: it's only over your head if you think it is. The fact that you're wondering means you have some self-confidence lurking inside of you, and you're curious ... Read more ›

MovNat Intermediate Combo Workout – Vol. 1

By Nathan Amado, Level 3 MovNat Certified Trainer & MovNat Combatives Trainer Want to learn how to combine natural movements into a challenging, full body workout? Here’s an intermediate-level MovNat Combo Workout, which will help you break a sweat and transform your body while you're improving your natural movement skills. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=buDj6_hAfP4  ... Read more ›

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