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Strength and gentleness, slowness and speed, complexity and simplicity, failure and success, balance and imbalance, mobility and immobility ... Just like life, movement is a composition that only makes sense as it is given.
To discuss it is interesting. Experiment is essential!
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Force et douceur, lenteur et rapidité, complexité et simplicité, échec et réussite,  équilibre et déséquilibre, mobilité et immobilité... À l'image de la vie, le mouvement est une composition qui n'a de sens que celui qu'on lui donne.
En discuter est intéressant. L'expérimenter est primordial !
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#locomotion #flow #animalflow #movement #movementculture #idoportal #bordeaux #bordeauxmaville #motivation #taichichuan #idoportalmethod #bordeauxsport #bordeauxmavillesportive #sportbordeaux #practice #bordeauxbastide #move # #movementfrance #fitness #movnat #lifestyle #gym #martialarts #taichi.

Strength and gentleness, slowness and speed, complexity and simplicity, failure and success, balance and imbalance, mobility and immobility ... Just like life, movement is a composition that only makes sense as it is given. To discuss it is interesting. Experiment is essential! - Force et douceur, lenteur et rapidité, complexité et simplicité, échec et réussite, équilibre et déséquilibre, mobilité et immobilité... À l'image de la vie, le mouvement est une composition qui n'a de sens que celui qu'on lui donne. En discuter est intéressant. L'expérimenter est primordial ! - #locomotion #flow #animalflow #movement #movementculture #idoportal #bordeaux #bordeauxmaville #motivation #taichichuan #idoportalmethod #bordeauxsport #bordeauxmavillesportive #sportbordeaux #practice #bordeauxbastide #move # #movementfrance #fitness #movnat #lifestyle #gym #martialarts #taichi ...

Why “stretch” when you can REACH! “Stretching” can feel good, but does it actually do anything? Maybe, maybe not. 🤷🏻‍♀️
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Reaching, on the other hand, feels a lot like stretching, but the intention is to practice a skill. Look past your fingertips and imagine something that is just out of reach that you *must* grasp... 🍫💰🍔🐶... Whatever is your jam. The more you practice the more likely it is you’ll be able to grab it when you most need it.
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I love a post-🏃🏻‍♀️ ground flow that includes a lot of reaching in many directions from many positions. Running is so linear and this provides a lot more rotation and angles. Running compresses and this extends. Running feels good and this also feels good! 🧘🏻‍♀️
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What is your favorite post-run recovery routine?.

Why “stretch” when you can REACH! “Stretching” can feel good, but does it actually do anything? Maybe, maybe not. 🤷🏻‍♀️ . Reaching, on the other hand, feels a lot like stretching, but the intention is to practice a skill. Look past your fingertips and imagine something that is just out of reach that you *must* grasp... 🍫💰🍔🐶... Whatever is your jam. The more you practice the more likely it is you’ll be able to grab it when you most need it. . I love a post-🏃🏻‍♀️ ground flow that includes a lot of reaching in many directions from many positions. Running is so linear and this provides a lot more rotation and angles. Running compresses and this extends. Running feels good and this also feels good! 🧘🏻‍♀️ . What is your favorite post-run recovery routine? ...

Over-planning vs. going with the flow / Where’s the balance? 🤷‍♀️
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When it comes to work and training, I have a tendency to over-plan. Before I do a movement, I measure it with my feet. I jump the distance on the floor before I jump to the obstacle. Even when it’s a distance I’ve made before. Before I kick off a new class, I over-think the programming, the location, contingency plans. I wake up in the middle of the night, remember something else I need to plan and pull up my phone to make notes.
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Sure, I’ve read all the great advice about needing to quickly get V1 out, then iterate (Lean Startup, anyone?). 80/20, fail fast, “ship” things, blah blah blah… and that’s the problem, isn’t it? You can always plan more, read more. But that leaves less time for the doing.
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We were walking away from a spot this weekend and I did this quick line. @sevo_sasa pulled out his camera and asked me to do it again. No time to fix anything, over-engineer it, swap in the best possible moves. It was uncomfortable. And that’s exactly what I need more of. I work a lot with my students on getting out of their heads because I struggle with it myself. Fighting Monkey games, agility training, so many of my methods are inspired by my own tendency to want to be in control, but knowing that I need to train for the unexpected, for resilience. Fail. Switch it up. Try. Try again.
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👋 What about YOU? Are you prone to over-analysis, or do you just go for things?
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🎵: Remember Your Name (feat. Timothy Auld and Ana Zimmer)
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📷: @sevo_sasa.

Over-planning vs. going with the flow / Where’s the balance? 🤷‍♀️ . When it comes to work and training, I have a tendency to over-plan. Before I do a movement, I measure it with my feet. I jump the distance on the floor before I jump to the obstacle. Even when it’s a distance I’ve made before. Before I kick off a new class, I over-think the programming, the location, contingency plans. I wake up in the middle of the night, remember something else I need to plan and pull up my phone to make notes. . Sure, I’ve read all the great advice about needing to quickly get V1 out, then iterate (Lean Startup, anyone?). 80/20, fail fast, “ship” things, blah blah blah… and that’s the problem, isn’t it? You can always plan more, read more. But that leaves less time for the doing. . We were walking away from a spot this weekend and I did this quick line. @sevo_sasa pulled out his camera and asked me to do it again. No time to fix anything, over-engineer it, swap in the best possible moves. It was uncomfortable. And that’s exactly what I need more of. I work a lot with my students on getting out of their heads because I struggle with it myself. Fighting Monkey games, agility training, so many of my methods are inspired by my own tendency to want to be in control, but knowing that I need to train for the unexpected, for resilience. Fail. Switch it up. Try. Try again. . 👋 What about YOU? Are you prone to over-analysis, or do you just go for things? . 🎵: Remember Your Name (feat. Timothy Auld and Ana Zimmer) . 📷: @sevo_sasa ...

🐎 #diveholes
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I’ve passed this horse sculpture in a car many times over the years and always wanted to dive it. The perfect opportunity arose yesterday while in North Van. Yeehaw 🤠 .
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🎥 @talltrainings .
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#parkour #pk #traceur #art #movementculture #barefoot #barefoottraining #movnat #movementismedicine #parkourlife #pk4life #northvancouver #northvan #vancouver #parkourlifestyle #ultimatetag #advancewithprecision #originsparkour.

🐎 #diveholes . . I’ve passed this horse sculpture in a car many times over the years and always wanted to dive it. The perfect opportunity arose yesterday while in North Van. Yeehaw 🤠 . . 🎥 @talltrainings . . . . #parkour #pk #traceur #art #movementculture #barefoot #barefoottraining #movnat #movementismedicine #parkourlife #pk4life #northvancouver #northvan #vancouver #parkourlifestyle #ultimatetag #advancewithprecision #originsparkour ...

Humans aren’t designed to be alone. 
Our design sees us thrive when we’re in a tribe. In a family. When we’re connected to each other. 
Loneliness will shorten our lives and significantly lessen our human experience. 
So strengthen those bonds between each other. Find your family. Find your tribe. Build one. Pull each other closer. Reach out to those who seem isolated. Have the courage to reach out if that’s you. 
You’re sure to find the greatest sense of compassion from a decent human being if you utter the ones. “I’m feeling lonely.” #wildfoot.

Humans aren’t designed to be alone. Our design sees us thrive when we’re in a tribe. In a family. When we’re connected to each other. Loneliness will shorten our lives and significantly lessen our human experience. So strengthen those bonds between each other. Find your family. Find your tribe. Build one. Pull each other closer. Reach out to those who seem isolated. Have the courage to reach out if that’s you. You’re sure to find the greatest sense of compassion from a decent human being if you utter the ones. “I’m feeling lonely.” #wildfoot ...

Did you climb trees as a child? Would you let your children climb trees? While tree climbing is considered by some to be risky, it is also classified by many as a ‘manageable risk.’ 🐒
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Thrilling, risky activities (like climbing trees or sledding down an icy hill) may lead to healthier children, both psychologically and physically. Engaging in risky play increases physical activity, self-confidence, and promotes social behavior. It also teaches children how to monitor their own physical limits. 🌲
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From the coconut tree climbing tradition of the Samoans, to your neighbor’s children's treehouse, the art of tree climbing has been present across time and culture for both practical and recreational purposes. A full-body movement like tree climbing improves proprioception, flexibility, spatial awareness, and provides a sensory-rich experience. This type of manageable risk also helps children to become problem-solvers, and hones their attention span by demanding a great deal of focus and concentration. (📸: @Dennizfutalan7) 🌳🐾
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PS: Trees are best climbed barefoot! 😜
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#earthrunners #climbatree #treeclimb #barefootrunning #junglehike #forestbathing #forestmagic #earthtone #earthconnection #oldgrowthforest #theworldisyourplayground #takemetotheforest #naturalmovement #movnat.

Did you climb trees as a child? Would you let your children climb trees? While tree climbing is considered by some to be risky, it is also classified by many as a ‘manageable risk.’ 🐒 -- Thrilling, risky activities (like climbing trees or sledding down an icy hill) may lead to healthier children, both psychologically and physically. Engaging in risky play increases physical activity, self-confidence, and promotes social behavior. It also teaches children how to monitor their own physical limits. 🌲 -- From the coconut tree climbing tradition of the Samoans, to your neighbor’s children's treehouse, the art of tree climbing has been present across time and culture for both practical and recreational purposes. A full-body movement like tree climbing improves proprioception, flexibility, spatial awareness, and provides a sensory-rich experience. This type of manageable risk also helps children to become problem-solvers, and hones their attention span by demanding a great deal of focus and concentration. (📸: @Dennizfutalan 7) 🌳🐾 -- PS: Trees are best climbed barefoot! 😜 -- #earthrunners #climbatree #treeclimb #barefootrunning #junglehike #forestbathing #forestmagic #earthtone #earthconnection #oldgrowthforest #theworldisyourplayground #takemetotheforest #naturalmovement #movnat ...

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Hotel Movement Pt. 8485

I found these weird looking machines at the hotel, they were in a place called a

Hotel Movement Pt. 8485 I found these weird looking machines at the hotel, they were in a place called a "Jim" or "Gym", or something like that. 🤔 The instructions weren't clear on how to use them. I assume this is what you're supposed to do with these things, right? 🤷‍♂️ . . . #HowDoIUseThisThing #InstructionsUnclear #MoveFreely #move #Parkour #ArtDuDeplacement #HumanMovement #NaturalMovement #MovNat #MovementLifestyle #MovementIsLife #OHM #OriginalHumanMovement ...

I got inspired by @movnat and @jerome_scarabs article on balance progressions today and decided to do a 45-minute balancing session using 2x4s and the @thefootcollective beam. It’s amazing how much fun it is working on these skills and how quickly time goes when you are doing a natural movement “workout”. Here is a balancing foot hand crawl. Single hand carries with a 15lb dumbbell were also very fun and quite challenging especially when hitting that angled beam. #movnat #naturalmovement #naturalmovementfitness #thefootcollective #tfcbeam #wildmovement #movewellmoveoften #bestrongtobeuseful #bestrongtobehelpful #movementistherapy #barefootfitness #barefootmovement #brokenheelbone #brokencalcaneus.

I got inspired by @movnat and @jerome_scarabs article on balance progressions today and decided to do a 45-minute balancing session using 2x4s and the @thefootcollective beam. It’s amazing how much fun it is working on these skills and how quickly time goes when you are doing a natural movement “workout”. Here is a balancing foot hand crawl. Single hand carries with a 15lb dumbbell were also very fun and quite challenging especially when hitting that angled beam. #movnat #naturalmovement #naturalmovementfitness #thefootcollective #tfcbeam #wildmovement #movewellmoveoften #bestrongtobeuseful #bestrongtobehelpful #movementistherapy #barefootfitness #barefootmovement #brokenheelbone #brokencalcaneus ...

Embracing the urge to celebrate feeling strong-looking✨.

Embracing the urge to celebrate feeling strong-looking✨ ...

Another Highwire Ninja course vid! Forgot about this one.. #naturalmovement #movnat.

Another Highwire Ninja course vid! Forgot about this one.. #naturalmovement #movnat ...

Squats & Back Pain 👋

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One of the most common things that I treat in my practice is low back pain brought on after a workout that included back squats.

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Here’s a few things that I may do or recommend to ensure we keep that person moving and return to their activity as soon as possible. 
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1️⃣ After ruling out any serious injury or red flags, we need to establish pain provoking movements as well as a list of pain free movements. This way I can send the patient home with a list of exercises that they can continue doing without aggravating symptoms. 
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2️⃣ Modifying the stance width, torso lean, and depth of the squat can often allow the individual to continue to squat without negatively effecting recovery. 
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3️⃣ Make sure the individual understands the setup, creating tension / staying tight, and all important cues for the movement. I often see people simply do too many reps and lose tension which then allows poor spine position. 
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4️⃣ Unload the spine for a few. Many people with low back pain during back squats can tolerate squatting as long as it doesn’t involve the load being place on their spine. For example, goblet squats, Zercher squats, splits squats, belt squats are all examples of squat variations I’ve been able to utilize with patients with zero pain. (This video features the Zercher and a deficit Split Squat) 
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5️⃣ Pay attention to external factors such as training volume, sleep, stress, nutrition, etc. If you’ve had a stressful few days or lacking sleep or just spent the weekend binge watching “Mind Hunter” you might not want to start your first day back in the gym with an exhausting, heavy back squat day. 
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Anyways, the key takeaway is if something hurts that doesn’t always mean something is damaged or you should avoid movement and exercise. Find someone who’s focused on getting you back to moving and your activity and you should be fine. 
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@dynami_movement 
#DynamiMovement.

Squats & Back Pain 👋 _ One of the most common things that I treat in my practice is low back pain brought on after a workout that included back squats. _ Here’s a few things that I may do or recommend to ensure we keep that person moving and return to their activity as soon as possible. _ 1️⃣ After ruling out any serious injury or red flags, we need to establish pain provoking movements as well as a list of pain free movements. This way I can send the patient home with a list of exercises that they can continue doing without aggravating symptoms. _ 2️⃣ Modifying the stance width, torso lean, and depth of the squat can often allow the individual to continue to squat without negatively effecting recovery. _ 3️⃣ Make sure the individual understands the setup, creating tension / staying tight, and all important cues for the movement. I often see people simply do too many reps and lose tension which then allows poor spine position. _ 4️⃣ Unload the spine for a few. Many people with low back pain during back squats can tolerate squatting as long as it doesn’t involve the load being place on their spine. For example, goblet squats, Zercher squats, splits squats, belt squats are all examples of squat variations I’ve been able to utilize with patients with zero pain. (This video features the Zercher and a deficit Split Squat) _ 5️⃣ Pay attention to external factors such as training volume, sleep, stress, nutrition, etc. If you’ve had a stressful few days or lacking sleep or just spent the weekend binge watching “Mind Hunter” you might not want to start your first day back in the gym with an exhausting, heavy back squat day. _ Anyways, the key takeaway is if something hurts that doesn’t always mean something is damaged or you should avoid movement and exercise. Find someone who’s focused on getting you back to moving and your activity and you should be fine. _ @dynami_movement #DynamiMovement ...