Posts Tagged ‘MovNat’

A day of constant movement

January 16, 2016

Think about a stream where the water is constantly flowing. The water is clear and pure. Conversely, a body of water that sits motionless soon becomes stagnant and filthy.

Our bodies are filled with fluids. When we sit — sedentary — for extended periods of time, the fluids in our body become unhealthy, just like a stagnant body of motionless water. Conversely, when we are constantly moving, then the fluids in our body are clear and pure, just like a stream with constantly flowing water.

Tomorrow I am going to do an experiment. I am going to move all day long. I will not sit for even one minute.

 

Looking fit and being fit are not necessarily the same thing

November 15, 2015

In the late 19th century, Dudley Allen Sargent – virtually the founder of physical education in America – warned that without solid physical education programs, people would become fat, deformed, and clumsy.

Fitness has become accessory to the life of the modern man. It is up to each of us to exercise or not. Most people don’t, and being out of shape has become both ubiquitous and commonly accepted. It has become okay to be a physically soft, inept grown-up. Superficial, cosmetic improvements in body shape remains the primary motivation to the few who exercise, and gyms are filled with “mirror-athletes” — people obsessed with their own reflection.

But looking fit and being fit are not necessarily the same. Being fit is being capable of performing physically in the real world with effectiveness and efficiency, and especially when the situation and the environment are challenging.

More … http://www.artofmanliness.com/2013/09/12/a-primer-on-movnat/

We are all visitors, passing through

September 13, 2015

Beautiful quotes from Edwan Le Corre:

Gym-goers think that they are using the machines, not realizing that the machines, by shaping, dictating their movements, are using them.

The removal from nature and from the land is a removal from freedom.

We are all here, on Earth, as visitors, soon to return home