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from the ground up
(949) 588-8193

Building people from the ground up (949) 588-8193

Primal Move

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                      UPCOMING WORKSHOPS

 

                  Waldwick, NJ Friday October 25.

                                      and

                    Atlanta, GA Saturday Nove 2.


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WHAT IS PRIMAL MOVE?

 

Primal Move is an integrated movement system, where the goal is to create better movement, based
on the primal and primitive movements once we all had mastered when we were children. Do you remember
when you  had no pain when you played,ran, played football, threw a stone or climbed a three? Do you remember,
when movement was joyful, fun and you felt the flow?

 

 

 

Movement should be FUNdamental

 

       Primal Move's goal is to make changes through playful, beautiful and mindful movements. Through better movement you will be able to enjoy whatever you like doing in life. We want to show you the potential    we all have in  us buried deep down. Primal Charge is our basic level division, what later on youcan use as a warm up programor even a full program. Primal Ground is our complete fitness solution where we use partner drills, games and simple tools to improve strength, cardiovascular health and endurance. Primal Sprint is for those who wants to learn to run safely, either barefoot or in low profile shoes. Primal Kid is a division for the human cubs - games, coordination and fun are the keywords.
                     

 

 

The pillars of Primal Move:

- Flow concept from Professor Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi

- Dr. Istvan Balyi's model about the effects of early specialization in sport.

- Functional Movement System created by Lee Burton and Gray Cook.

- Pavel Tsatsouline's Naked Warrior and Super Joints.

- Play by Stuart M Brown.

Our goal is to move better through the unique mixture of unloaded and loaded mobility exercises, strength and endurance practice, while aiming to better movement at all time.

Moving more is not better. Moving stronger is not better. Moving faster is not better. Moving better is better, and we aim to move stronger, more and faster when we have already mastered better.

Thank you to all the contributors:
Andrea U-Shi Chang, Tim Anderson, Attila Szigligeti, Robert Rimoczi, Gabi Katschthaler, Andrew Read, Ferenc Csíky, Tommy Blom, David Whitley, Lee Burton, Albert Adolf, Dr. Michael Hartle

Thank you for your inspiration and guidence
Eyal Yanilov, John Du Cane, and Pavel Tsatsouline, Mark Toomey, Alvaro Romano, Gray Cook, Mark Reifkind, Geoff Neupert, Mihaly Sztraka and Carlson Gracie Jr., Scott Sonnon, Dr. Eric Cobb.

 

 

 

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