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In this episode of the ReWild Yourself! podcast, Erwan Le Corre, founder of MovNat, joins me to talk about natural movement.
- What natural movement means to Erwan
- "Movement" vs. "Exercise"
- Do we need to re-learn to move naturally?
- Connection between movement and survival skills
- Erwan's top strategies to avoid injury during movement training
- Specificity causes body alienation
- The movement you can do this afternoon
Natural movement has been and will always be a biological call of duty.
Erwan Le Corre is the founder of “MovNat”, a synthesis of his long-term passion for real-world physical competency, his love of movement in nature, his extensive knowledge of Physical Education history, and his personal philosophy of life. He believes it is everyone’s universal and biological birthright to be strong, healthy, happy and free. He calls this state of being our “True Nature”. In April 2009, Erwan is featured in Men’s Health USA in aninspiring article about himself and MovNat written by New-York Time best-seller author Christopher McDougall. His background includes a blackbelt in karate, 7 years of “Combat Vital” training, sailing, Olympic weightlifting, rock climbing, long distance triathlon, trail running, Brazilian jiujitsu and several forgotten training methods, such as Georges Hebert’s Methede Naturelle. In January 2011, Outside magazine released another feature-length article about Erwan and MovNat. The magazine ranked “Paleo-fitness” #1 of their Top 10 Health and Fitness Trends of 2010, and MovNat as the leading force behind this movement. You can read his full bio here.