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Primal Movement Flow: How to Get Started

Are you looking to be more in tune with your body? Do you want to feel more grounded and centered? This is where primal movement flow comes in. This practice is great because it's simple enough for beginners, yet powerful enough for those who want a good workout. In this article, we will cover the basics on how to get you started.

Primal Movement Flow provides a new approach to exercise, combining elements of dance, yoga and martial arts with the goal of increasing flexibility, mobility and strength. Also known as animal movement, primal exercise is a type of "free flow" that promotes your body to move from one position or posture to another without restrictions.

The primal movement flow consists of 7 patterns including the squat, lunge, push, pull, bend-over reach position, core contractions and locomotion. Each pattern is designed to target a different area of the body. The exercises in primal movement flow work with your natural body mechanics by using gravity and momentum. 

The primal movement flow workout is low impact and requires strength for the more difficult patterns. The moves are designed to be gentle and not cause injury or strain since you are using your own weight as resistance in many of them. This also means that this type of exercise can benefit people at all fitness levels.

There are two main types of exercises - static (including stretches) or dynamic (flow) which involve motion from one position or posture to another without restrictions. The exercises are designed to work the whole body, incorporating elements of stretching and strengthening. There is no need for any equipment except a mat or yoga towel, so you can start right away. The exercises are done barefoot.

Animal Movement Flow is the practice of connecting with nature through movement. It's a way for us to feel grounded in the present moment while restoring our energy levels and releasing any negative emotions that may be taking up space in our body. One thing that makes the Primal Movement Flow unique is a need for creativity. Your body has a natural movement pattern and you need to listen.

After these workouts, you might experience some muscle soreness but it's not something that will last long because you're using gentle movements. In the long-term, you’ll feel energized, have better posture, increased flexibility and mobility, improved balance and you'll also get a deep sense of calmness in your mind and body. You might experience some muscle soreness after these workouts but it's not something that will last long because you're using such gentle movements.

You want to start this form of exercise, but don't know where to begin. We absolutely love the YouTube Channel Strength Side dedicated to primal movement, flexibility and strength. This is a great place to start learning about Primal Movement. Josh and Trevor are dedicated teachers, bringing a more holistic approach to the fitness industry. Here is a list of the videos we recommend if you want to learn more about Primal Movement Flow or simply get started at home.

 

 

 

 

The secret ingredient for a successful exercise routine is an open mind and willingness to try new things without judgement or criticism of ourselves when we don't know what we're doing; this way of working out will help our body move in ways that are natural and not forced.

 

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