Movement

The Physical and Mental Benefits of Crawling

The Physical and Mental Benefits of Crawling

The conventional wisdom is that crawling (or cross-lateral locomotion) otherwise known as quadrupedal movement is for babies while walking is for adults. But there’s growing evidence that crawling – one of the most basic developmental movement patterns – has surprising physical and mental benefits for adults as well.

Take A Cue From Nature: Pandiculation Instead of Stretching

Take A Cue From Nature: Pandiculation Instead of Stretching

If you often experience muscle pain after exercise, or regularly experience muscle tightness after being hunched over a computer all day, there’s a natural alternative to stretching that can help you feel more relaxed and improve your flexibility, mobility and vigour at the same time.

Do you spend more time hating exercise than loving it?

Do you spend more time hating exercise than loving it?

Is tomorrow (or the day after) the favourite day of the week to start exercising?

  • Do you work out to make up for over indulgence the day before? 

  • Do you want to avoid the punishment we are told that we need to go through to get the body we want? Usually reinforced by endless fitspirational social media quotes.