First and foremost, I am a teacher – not a drill sergeant. For over a decade as a personal trainer and student of movement, I’ve been developing and refining the Primal Zen movement philosophy that I now teach. Through an in-depth study of many different systems and practices, from yoga to gymnastics to calisthenics and weight lifting (and many more), I’ve come to find that most of the fitness industry has lost its common sense and become little more than a random assortment of incomplete truths.
It’s my goal to move us away from a theoretical approach to exercise that treats us like robots, and apply a healthy dose of practicality and common sense to teach us how to move like humans again. We can all reach incredible levels of performance and begin to move and feel better than ever by simply tuning into our natural capabilities and abandoning the limiting “rules” of movement that plague gyms around the world.