"No no, let's move him this way. I've been neglecting my delts this week."
Move Naturally (MovNat) seems to be kind of a hybrid of middle-distance running and high-impact gym-type workouts. More importantly, it looks fun. I might try this. The idea that
is probably a useful vehicle for thinking about fitness, but it has holes, and people aren't consistent iin the way they think about it. Case in point, the subject of this very article talks about eating paleo but then gets inspired by the Tarahumara of Mexico. News flash: the Tarahumara are about as non-paleo-diet as you can get! They get HUGE portions of their calories from corn.
Still, this is the first time I've been intrigued by a trendy work-out philosophy. Because you can do it outside. And it's fun. And it would also seem to correct the deficiencies decried in lifting-oriented exercise (by endurance types) as well as in endurance exercise (by lifting types).
Previous entries on the paleo/lifting vs running debate:
- Paleo Running in Kenya and Mexico Highlands
- Paleolithic humans did eat grains - #1, #2, #3, #4
- The endurance vs. lifting jihad, in paleo terms: #1 and #2