Brad shares a range of different exercises that he does when he travels using a playground, strap system, tubing and skipping rope.
Dr. Mariano Rocabado’s test for systemic (overall) human flexibility. A simple way to determine how much strength / stability you need vs. flexibility / mobility.
Needs some ideas on how to move your body outdoors in nature, with minimal equipment? Check out these YouTube videos I’ve made to keep you on your toes!
For surfers, confidence and composure underwater is key, so 2 x World Surfing Champion Tom Carroll takes the kettle bells underwater for some functional training.
If you are interested in fitness and human performance of any sort, you must have now heard of CrossFit. If you haven’t heard of CrossFit or barely know what it’s about, then read on and I’ll explain. It’s had a huge influence over the last several years on the fitness industry at large and is now an industry within itself worldwide, especially within the United States from where it originated around 10 years ago. It’s an extremely intense, demanding form of fitness, which is now a sport in it’s own right. Here’s an in depth analysis of my experience of it, so buckle up and get ready for the ride :-). It’s definitely the longest blog I’ve written!
Learn basic yoga from 4-year-old Kaiya! Kaiya, co-founder of Primal Health, shows you how to do some unique variations on some of her favourite yoga poses.
What do pregnant women and new mums need to know about exercising safely for the health of themselves and their babies? How much exercise is enough or too much? Which types of exercise are best and which should be avoided? Here’s your primal guide to exercising in pregnancy.
Brad shows you how to make an overhead press much more exciting! It’s a good idea to use a spotter the first few times you do this until you’re comfortable.
Movement, defined as “The act, process, or result of moving” (your body, in this case), is the 5th of the Primal 6 keys of optimal health. We all know that movement is important, yet all we ever talk about is exercise, defined as “bodily (or mental) exertion”. By definition, they are not much different. However, exercise seems like something we have to make time for, sign up to, schedule in. Yet we have many opportunities for movement every day!
Brad shows you how to progress up to one of the most challenging movements on a Swiss Ball – The Squat! Update your core routine today with this awesome move!