MOV NAT: Primal Fitness Coming to a Town Near You

Being primal is about more than just diet and high-quality sleep.  It’s also about getting your butt out of that chair, unplugging from those glowing rectangles, and playing outside in the sun.  Ideally, with other people.

And when it comes to primal fitness, one guy stands above the rest:  Erwan Le Corre.

Erwan Le Corre's MovNat Workshop in Thailand

Men’s Health wrote in a fantastic piece worth reading that Erwan “may rank as one of the most all-around physically fit men on the planet.” He’s on a mission to eradicate what he calls zoo human syndrome:

The “zoo” is a modern, global and growing phenomenon . . . . Increasingly disconnected from the natural world and their true nature, zoo humans are suffering physically, mentally and spiritually.

Are you experiencing chronic pains, are you overweight, do you often feel depressed or do you suffer from frequent illnesses and general lack of vitality? These symptoms indicate that you are experiencing the zoo human syndrome. Modern society conditions us to think that this is normal and unavoidable.

We don’t think so. Our true nature is to be strong, healthy, happy and free.

We have designed a complete program that empowers zoo humans to experience their true nature.  It is called MovNat.

I had the chance to meet Erwan at the 1st Annual NYC Barefoot Run. (The 2nd run is on September 24-25; details here.)   He was even kind enough to appear in my Barefoot Marathon video that was narrated by Born to Run author Chris McDougall:

If you want to learn about and really experience primal fitness, it’s hard to think of a better way than taking one of Erwan’s classes.   His company, MovNat, is exploding all over the planet.   Where ever you live, there’s a caveman calisthenics class coming your way soon!

Check out the upcoming MovNat schedule here.


About Bob Ewing

On twitter @DCBarefootRun. Media guy for libertarian law firm by day, primal/paleo (rocking climbing, BJJ, barefooter) by, well, lunchtime...
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