Training Natural Movement techniques in public, non-fitness environments gets your kids accustomed to operate outside the expected norms of their social groups. This develops their capacity to innovate later on in academic and professional settings and is a unique mental benefit from practicing Natural Movement they won’t get from typical individual or team sports.
Training or working out is generally seen as an activity that should be done in a gym, at an outdoor fitness station or class, or at home. And it should be done with the appropriate fitness equipment, otherwise it’s not “real” training. In other words, it should be done in an “appropriate” location with the “appropriate” equipment to have real results. This approach not only limits you drastically in your training opportunities, it’s also less efficient in getting you the results you are looking for.
Most people have training goals in the form of: achieve my first pull-up or reach 10 reps of perfect form pull-ups achieve my first muscle
Time is most probably your limiting factor, not will or capacity to learn, so multitask and seize all the moments you can to train and
Many people don’t realize that “natural” has a two-way meaning. When we say that our bodies are naturally adapted to certain types of movements, the
The best way to fail is to try and change everything at once. Rather, change one small habit at a time, consolidate, then add another