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Applied Movement Exercise Philosophy

Exercise Philosophy

Applied Movement Philosophy QuoteApplied Movement trains you to become a well-rounded natural athlete, ready for a wide range of practical actions in various kinds of situations."

The core philosophy behind Applied Movement training is to emphasize the natural ability of the human body to move in an adaptive manner in relation to a situation or context. Rather than unnaturally isolating muscle groups through simplistic exercises such as curls and bench pressing, Applied Movement training focuses upon complex, aggregate movements that force many parts of the body to naturally work together.

These complex “applied” movements include:

  • Squat
  • Bend
  • Lunge
  • Push
  • Twist
  • Pull
  • Gait

Training with “applied” movements produces better results than traditional isolation-based exercise. Not only will it make it easier to achieve specific goals such as weight loss or muscle gain, but it will also help build your general fitness through improved coordination, flexibility, and a reduced propensity to injuries. Exercise predicated upon natural movements will rewire the entire body back to its natural mode and function, thereby improving overall wellbeing.

Regardless of your age, gender, athletic background, or motivation level, Applied Movement will train you to become a well-rounded natural athlete, ready for a wide range of practical actions in any kind of situation.

For more information on our training philosophy, please see our blog or contact us for a free consultation.

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