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Movement Parallels Life w/ Kellen Milad

This week on The Human Animal Podcast, special guest Kellen Milad is back for round two.  Kellen is a movement coach and MovNat Team Instructor based out of Milwaukee, WI.  For this episode, we dive further into his unique approach to movement culture, training, philosophy, and more.  In particular we touch on:

  • How to let go of programming for limitless growth
  • The importance of time to reflect
  • What a first training session looks like
  • How to build out your movement menu

…and so much more!

Kellen’s message really resonates with me – and I think it will for you too.

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And be sure to check out our last episode with Kellen here.

Why I Stopped Working Out Entirely – And What It Could Do For You!

I have another guest blog up at the Force Bloomington website.  It’s all about “Reframing Your Workouts” so that they have meaning specific for you.  This one was really fun to write and I think you’ll enjoy the inherent  in it.  Here’s an excerpt:

“Let me give you an example.  My personal WHY is to be able to play and provide for my family for as long as humanly possible.  My pursuit of fitness only matters in how much it empowers me to do these things that I care about and love.

So, for me, it doesn’t make a lot of sense to beat myself up to the point where I”m too sore to move, dance, or play.  It also doesn’t make sense for me to do things I don’t like doing, because I know plenty of things I DO enjoy, enough for me to spend a lifetime practicing and exploring.”

Continue reading here:  http://forcebloomington.com/reframing-your-workouts/