Whatever you are doing, if you aren't at the very least supplementing some deliberate practice of #naturalmovement , it isn't sustainable.
I'm sure you can give me an example to prove me wrong...a yogi, a performer of some discipline. But remember, the exceptions prove the rule and often those disciplines are actually close relatives to NM. A thorough look at the evidence shows human beings thrive best on healthy doses of the full spectrum natural movement over the course of a life time. No extreme stress, no extreme neglect, no extreme specialization. Right in the middle, as usual.
Only @MovNat combines the healthy, diverse stimulative stresses that nature offers and the scientific understanding of how the body functions and adapts to keep us sustainably strong, mobile, and mindful. And this competence; this capability; this centeredness does carry over to whatever else you do.
Now, I know it's not the sexiest, most entertaining pursuit. You'll never get the same attention as the person overtly showing off their body and stunting. And, given the pressures of society, it's challenging to cut through the noise and just do purely what's healthiest for you. So if you are deliberately MovNatting, on any level, you have my respect. 🙏🏼