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THE CODEX BELLUM Mar 13
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Cat James Dec 3
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Stacey Mohr Jul 13
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BRIAN S WOODS Jan 31
Resting the physical benefit of natural terrain for a moment ... Similar to activity such as chess, the navigating of the rugged outdoors cannot be outdone in regards to mental-stimulation & exercising one's brain.
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BRIAN S WOODS Feb 6
~ To keep from being broken You have to keep a little bruised ~ Without challenge: - bodies soften - minds waste - spirits stray
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CAMEL Caving & Mountaineering Apr 28
"Look deep into nature and you will understand everything better" Albert Einstein
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BRIAN S WOODS Mar 20
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releaf.nature.life May 18
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David Dickinson Wood Jun 3
Playing in the trees, and moving wild while out for run. A great way to build strength and vitality. Why pay for a gym, mother nature has given us all we need. Join the Movement Revolution, and let's love our natural world.
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Minrl Jul 16
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Forces of Fitness Jan 15
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Ten Carden Feb 8
LOCOMOTION: PATTERNS FOR BETTER MOVEMENT Sat. Feb. 9th, 1-4pm ,
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R10 Lab Madrid Jul 18
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Natural Movement Jan 18
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Dennis L Hitzeman May 16
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Prinzip Paleo Feb 20
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Matej Ambrož Dec 19
Overhead deep squat. Lower extremities and upper back mobility exercise.
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Michael Ostrolenk May 28
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Peter Verdin Jun 29
DIY natural balance beams in the making!
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Neil Ramsorrun Jun 12
Three days of crawling, climbing and carrying on Hampstead Heath this weekend, learning to become a natural movement trainer - exhausted and excited to officially be able to start sharing this stuff
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