Posts Tagged ‘exercise’

I have always been physically involved in sports, the outdoors, and working out. I started lifting weights in 7th grade to prepare myself for sports in high school and continued with it throughout my life. The farther I got into working out, the more I researched to try to find the “perfect workout.” I went Read more ›

MOD Beginner

March 6th, 2014 by admin

Warm Up Mobility 3 rounds Side Shuffle – 30ft – each way Rocking x20 Tip Toe Balancing – 20 sec Skill Stepping Up – start with a small step (6 inches), perform 4 steps on each side, raise the height 6 inches and repeat until you can’t maintain proper form Combo 4 rounds Tip Toe Read more ›

MOD Advanced

March 5th, 2014 by admin

Warm Up – 3 rounds Stepping Over x6 Stepping Under x6 Forward Roll x3 Split Knee Walk x6 – each leg Skill Broad jump for distance, start at 3 feet, and every jump add 6 inches until max distance is reached Combo 3 rounds Clean and Jerk 100lbs x5 Shoulder Carry Squat x3 – left Read more ›

You’ve got some skills?  You’re an Intermediate MovNatter, good for you!  Do 5 sets of:   40 Ft Foot Elbow Crawl x 2 Split Squat (both sides) + 3 Ft Vertical Jump + Split Squat (both sides) + 3 Ft Depth Jump | x 4 Squat to Kneeling x 10 Sliding Swing-Up x 4 (both Read more ›

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 Read more ›

You’re a badass MovNatter?  This one is for you, kimosabe.  Do 3 rounds of: Kneeling to Lateral Half Kneeling x 6 Lying to Forward Roll + Lying to Backward Roll | x 6 12 Ft 2×4 board Balancing Foot Hand Crawl x 6 10 Ft long, 2 Ft elevation, restricted surface landing Split Jump x Read more ›

You’ve got some skills?  You’re an Intermediate MovNatter, bad boy. Do 5 sets of: Bent Sit to Lateral Half Kneeling x 5 each side 40 Ft Shoulder Crawl 8 Ft beam, ground level, back and forth – Balancing Shuffle 2 Ft Vertical Jump + Depth Jump | x 6 Tuck Pop-Up x 4 25 Lbs Read more ›

Are you completely new to this?  You’re a Beginner MovNatter and that’s cool. Try 3 sets of:   30 Ft back and forth Side Shuffle 20 sec Tip Toe Balancing + Deep Knee Bend x 4 | x 4 Rocking x 20 3 Ft ground level Leg Swing Jump x 4 25 Lbs Deadlift   + 10 Read more ›

A MovNat combo workout (MCW) is a short circuit, combining a selection of techniques and movement variations, to be performed several times in a row without discontinuity. The content, emphasis, and level of difficulty of a combo in term of volume (time, number of sets and reps, distance), intensity (speed, height, distance, weight) or complexity Read more ›

Welcome back MovNatters!  In our last installment we took a look at the MovNat methodology from the relative importance of motor and cognitive elements perspective of motor skill classification.  In this installment, we’ll examine the third and final method used to classify motor skills by taking into consideration the levels of environmental complexity and predictability.

Dr Bob Rakowski contributes his expertise on a regular basis regarding healthy living and the Seven MovNat Healthy Lifestyle Principles.

Welcome back MovNatters!  In our last installment we examined some of the supporting science, specifically motor skill classification within the task perspective of motor learning theory, and how it can help you to better understand the underlying constructs of the MovNat methodology and how it can make you a better mover.  In this installment, we’ll Read more ›

Welcome back MovNatters!  In this second installment of ‘Why MovNat,’ we’re actually going to delve a little deeper and examine some of the supporting science, specifically motor skill classification within the task perspective of motor learning theory, and how it can help you to better understand the underlying constructs of the MovNat methodology and how Read more ›

Hello MovNatters and newcomers!  Welcome to the first in a series of informative installments that aims to answer the question: “Why MovNat?” As most of you know, and for those who don’t, MovNat was founded by Erwan Le Corre in 2009 and is primarily inspired by some of the most prominent pioneers of physical education Read more ›

A MovNat combo workout (MCW) is a short circuit, combining a selection of techniques and movement variations, to be performed several times in a row without discontinuity. The content, emphasis, and level of difficulty of a combo in term of volume (time, number of sets and reps, distance), intensity (speed, height, distance, weight) or complexity Read more ›

A MovNat combo workout (MCW) is a short circuit, combining a selection of techniques and movement variations, to be performed several times in a row without discontinuity. The content, emphasis, and level of difficulty of a combo in term of volume (time, number of sets and reps, distance), intensity (speed, height, distance, weight) or complexity Read more ›

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