GET STRONGER AND MOVE BETTER FOR ALL YOUR ACTIVITIES
Elements is a structured program to build your athletic base of strength, flexibility, and motor control. It systematically fills in the gaps in your body’s foundation so you can move with more ease and confidence in everything you do.
- Zero Equipment Required
- Step-by-Step Instruction
- Full-Body Strength & Mobility
We designed this program to be the perfect introduction to GMB, for both beginners and anyone transitioning from a more traditional training background.
GET UNSTUCK BY FIXING YOUR WEAKEST LINKS
We developed our AAA Framework to ensure you spend your limited training time on the areas you need to improve most.
Here’s how it works:
- Phase 1: Assess Your Abilities
Over the first few sessions you’ll learn the basic movement patterns while testing your current levels of strength, flexibility, and control.
- Phase 2: Address Your Weaknesses
Once you’ve set your baseline you’ll practice specific movement variations, transitions, and circuit training to strengthen your weakest links as efficiently as possible.
- Phase 3: Apply Your Skills
As your foundation strengthens you’ll challenge and refine your skills with new transitions, combinations, and flows that lead to easy agility in all your activities.
The AAA Framework is deceptively simple. It seems like “common sense,” but once you spend time looking at how most people train, you’ll see it’s anything but. Most programs are based on generalized assumptions about what you should practice.
Since weaknesses are never identified, they can’t be adequately addressed in the training. Instead, you end up practicing exercises and skills the trainer naturally excels at. It’s truly a case of “guru knows best,” which only works for people who have the same natural abilities.
We designed Elements around four core moves that give you the specific physical attributes you need for a stronger and more responsive body that can move with fluid agility and absolute freedom in any situation.
THE 4 CORE MOVEMENT PATTERNS
Athletic movement isn’t just a series of isolated exercises like you see at the gym. It takes fluid coordination of your body’s strength and mobility. So we built Elements around four full-body movements that provide a solid base for virtually any skill.
- The Bear builds strength and stability through the arms and shoulders while stretching the hamstrings and upper torso. You’ll get familiar with several variations that emphasize strength and control in different areas.
- The Monkey is a deep lateral move that opens the hips through repeated squat transitions. As you build balance and control, you’ll find your legs can reach upward, forming the basis for cartwheels and other tumbling skills.
- The Frogger helps deepen your squat while also developing strength and stability through your arms, shoulders, and core. As your trunk gets stronger, your hips are able to lift higher towards handstands and other inverted skills.
- The Crab strengthens your hips and core while developing coordination and control in an active supine position. This lays the foundation for skills like the L-sit and many important transitional movements.
These aren’t secret moves we invented on an ayahuasca trip. Animal movements can be found in the dance and martial arts traditions of just about any culture. But we chose these four in particular because their results are greater than the sum of their parts.
As you practice the variations and combinations you learn in Elements, you strengthen and loosen all the major body areas needed for athletic movement.
EXPAND WHAT YOUR WHOLE BODY CAN DO
Skills like a shoulder throw in judo or a running tennis forehand are made up of a bunch of connected capabilities in different areas of your body. Elements is designed to improve capabilities throughout your body so your ease and performance naturally improves in everything you do.
And since you’re improving all these areas in coordination with each other, you learn to use your body more efficiently as a whole, which is the basis for confident athleticism.
That’s what physical autonomy is all about.
It’s the confidence to move in the ways that matter to you, without being scared that maybe your body can’t handle it. In fact, helping you develop physical autonomy is so important to us that we designed our whole online course system with that one goal at its center.
TRAINING DESIGNED TO WORK ON YOUR TERMS
Developing physical autonomy is all about consistent, progressive practice. But it doesn’t make sense to build your whole life around your training schedule. So we created an online course platform that helps you keep making progress even when things get hectic.
All you have to do is open Elements when you’re ready to train and it picks up right where you left off. Just follow the helpful video tutorials, pat yourself on the back, and enjoy moving and feeling better in every activity you do.
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