Foresighted Fitness is a toolbox for high achieving professionals and parents who want to:

  • train more, more efficiently, anytime and anywhere
  • optimize their training time and volume
  • inspire their kids while doing so
  • prioritize long term health and physical capabilities

Foresight (noun) [U] /ˈfɔː.saɪt/: the ability to see what is likely to happen in the future and to take appropriate action.


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When it gets time to train, these training tips will enable you to get much more out of your training time

About Me

I am a Movnat Level 2 Certified Trainer and Behavioral Scientist. Working full-time as well as being a hands-on father to our 3 kids (2,5,7).

My wife is a very successful academic and we both place a premium on time spent with the kids, for pleasure or for school work. This means while fitness is very important for me, I don’t have a lot of time to train in a structured manner.

Although my schedule is very busy and quite unpredictable, I still have some time when I can work out a few mins here and there. This website is where I share some tips that help me to actively stay in shape despite these constraints.

My main training method is through Movnat, but I also incorporate techniques from Gymnastics & Parkour in my training, and focus on creating long-term improvements in overall health using habit-forming methods.


  • Resources for busy professionals (and busy parents!) trying to stay in shape despite busy and unpredictable schedules
  • Tips to get the most out of your time with different training types. including playground friendly exercises you can do with your kids
  • Based on the latest results from evolutionary biology and behavioral science
  • Using a mix of Movnat, Gymnastics and Parkour techniques
  • Optimized for long-term health and injury prevention, not just performance

What I believe in

  • Our bodies are anatomically the same as the bodies of the early Homo Sapiens 315.000 years ago. They evolved to develop and age healthily under the constraints of evolutionary stimuli. They haven't adapted to cope with the industrial stimuli we now apply on them, primarily our lack of physical activity and our modern diets.
  • In order to maintain long-term health, we need to provide our bodies with much more physical stimuli than is currently the norm, and with an adjusted diet as free of artificial foods as possible.
  • Enough physical activity, both in total volume and in variety, can be obtained even with a modern urban lifestyle and a very busy schedule (high-flying professionals, parents of young kids, startup founders/employees, etc.).
  • If you’re a parent, it’s even more important to learn and practice this, for your own long-term health, but also to get your kids on the same path through role modeling. Your kids will form the habit of exercising and will get the necessary stimuli to develop a healthy body right when it matters the most.