MovNat Link Love: all about natural movement

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In case you’re not yet familiar with MovNat, here is a directory of resources to get you started:

MovNat – the Official Site

Mens Health Article about MovNat – “Fitness to Survive in the Wild: a wild workout for the real world”

Blue Ridge Outdoors Magazine article about MovNat – “Wild Workouts with the Worlds Fittest Man” (PDF)

Health and Fitness Magazine article about MovNat – “Go Primal!” (PDF)

Interview with Erwan Le Corre from Chris at Conditioning Research

Thoughts on MovNat from natural movement expert Rafe Kelley

Scroll down to the bottom of this post to see a comment from Le Corre about what makes movement natural

MovNat seminar review by Greg Carver of “Did Spartans Do Situps?”

MovNat seminar review by Finn Christo of “The Ego of Finn”

Another MovNat seminar review

And of course, if you haven’t seen the videos already, have a looksie…

MovNat: The Workout the World Forgot

MovNat: True to my Nature

MovNat: Training with Jess Reinhold of WildFitness

MovNat: Barefoot Running

Read about my experience training with Erwan Le Corre for 5 days at Summersville Lake, WV:

Review of the MovNat Training Seminar

To your health and success,

Fitness Professional
CST, CST-KS, NSCA-CPT
MovNat Alumni – Summersville Lake, WV (2009)

10 Responses

  1. John, have a terrific time; I can’t wait to hear about your experiences!

  2. sounds great John!

  3. Hey cool, I am looking forward to seeing how this goes for you. Keep us in the loop!

  4. One of your most interesting posts! Fantastic stuff. I look forward to hearing your insights afterwards.

  5. I got back early yesterday morning after a long week, that went by so fast!

    My initial thoughts are that the seminar totally rocked :) – will get a review up on the site later.

  6. Glad to hear it went well! I’m really looking forward to hearing more about it all:)

  7. This video is incredible.
    The concern I have with this is that this guy is already quite fit and has a great deal of endurance already if he’s able to dive so deep and stay in the water for so long.

    I guess my question is that did he become fit by doing this type of workout? or did he become fit first (in a gym for example) then increased his fitness level by doing type of “natural workout”.

    To be able to run barefeet like he did, especially in the forest, is challenging mentally and physically (I’ve been there) and it’s not for everybody.

    So, I guess this type of stuff is really for people who to take their fitness to the next level.

    I hope I explained myself properly!

    Awaiting comments…

    Al

  8. Al, all of your questions will be answered in the upcoming review of the MovNat course.

  9. […] days on end. I’ll admit that reading about MovNat gets me charged up (MovNat reading directory here). It resonates with me on a deep personal level, and I finish the article feeling inspired, […]

  10. Great stuff. It reminds me off the Jamaican movie Countryman.
    Everytime I watched that movie I used to think, man I’d love to run like that!
    There’s hope. By the way, just recently found your site and am really enjoying it.
    Thanks!

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