[GMB] Gold Medal Bodies – Movement Multivitamin
WHAT MOVEMENTS WILL YOU LEARN?
You’ll build control by practicing 24 targeted movements and several movement combinations. Some will be familiar to you. Others probably won’t be. But we intentionally don’t say which moves you’ll be doing until you’re actually doing them. That way you can approach each one with a “beginners mind” to boost your motor learning.
Ryan Hurst performing a candle stretch
Getting Friendly With The Floor
You’ll practice low movement patterns like rolling and crawling to build your vestibular sense and coordination.
Ryan demonstrating the crab transition movement
Coordinating Transitional Movements
You’ll work on locomotive and turning movements to develop strength and balance for smooth transitions.
Ryan practicing a cartwheel
Controlling Dynamic Movement
You’ll practice jumping and inverted movements to build your proprioception and agility.
Ryan progresses into a cobra roll
Smoothing Out Combinations
You’ll combine movement elements to build confidence in executing complex movement patterns.
By the end of Phase 4 your mobility, balance, and kinesthetic sense will already be noticeably better. But then you’ll do all four phases a second time—with some new challenges thrown in—to deepen and solidify all those improvements in your motor control.
By the end of 56 sessions you’ll be moving with more coordination, precision, and overall athletic confidence in everything you do.