Movement Flow in the ZONE - VAHVA Fitness

Movement Flow in the ZONE

Movement flow in the zone! Flow is freedom of self-expression through your body. Also answers to many frequently asked questions about M-20XX.

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ere is new movement flow with several flow elements of Movement 20XX. When it comes to flow, courage and the ability to be present in the moment are the most important things.

You will need skill, strength and mobility though because otherwise your movement capabilities will be very limited.

In this video we talked a lot ​about how to start movement training. Just starting with the simple movements and practicing the basics to strengthen your body will help a lot.

Movement 20XX program also has over 50 flow movements with full tutorials, workout routines and everything else you need to know.

Movement 20XX is not just movement skills; there are tons of strengthening and mobility exercises because they are also needed to fully develop the body and become good at movement.

Below are some answers to questions we have received lately. The videos are from @Movement20XX Instagram which you may want to check out for more content like this!

Do you need lots of space to do Movement 20XX?

Space has been a concern for some, because many people like to workout at home. As you can see from the video above, space is not an issue - as long as you have an open mind you can workout anywhere in any space!

In the previous movement flow we also talked about how space creates opportunities:

Space creates restrictions in your movements but these restrictions don't need to be limiting. You just need to be more creative. 

It's also possible and easy to workout at home in limited spaces. In Movement 20XX trailer there is a clip of movement flow in a very small room. 

There are also tons of stationary exercises, mobility drills and flow movements in Movement 20XX which require no space at all. 

How are Workouts Structured in Movement 20XX?

Movement 20XX consists of two types of workouts:

  1. Strength & mobility workouts
  2. Flow movement workouts

In order to build a capable body, strength and mobility are needed to reach your full potential. This will aid you in movement, sports, martial arts and anything you do.

Flow workouts include nothing but full body movements that work the entire body as a whole. You will learn interesting movements and develop body control, coordination, spatial awareness and agility.

You can choose the difficulty of the workouts which means that anyone can participate regardless of their level of fitness, age or gender.

How many times per week you want to workout is up to you, but it’s advised to workout 2-5 times per week to see good results. Workouts typically last between 20 to 45 minutes. The more advanced you become, the longer the workouts will take.

There is also a workout generator which creates you a workout for selected difficulty with just 1 click.

Do you Need to Be Fit to do Movement 20XX?

Movement is for anyone regardless of their age, gender or background. You simply start with the easier movements and gradually progress towards the more difficult ones.

Some of the basic movements like the monkey walk are very versatile and effective sequences to play with and they are fast to learn! There are many even simpler movements to start with, but also many intermediate level movements which take more time to learn and master.

Many crawl patterns like these ones are as tough as they come, but in Movement 20XX everything starts from the easiest possible exercises (which nearly everyone should be able to do)​ and then you gradually progress your way up.

What are the Flow Routines Like?

This is one of the stationary flow routines of Movement 20XX. Video tutorials for each individual movement are included. There are 11 flow routines in total and all of them develop different areas of fitness. 

For example there are flow routines such as:

  • Balancing act: a flow designed to develop balance, coordination and mobility in the hips.​
  • Crazy monkey flow: fun but effective flow sequence to develop agility and coordination.
  • Super kicker: an intense flow for more experienced users to become a super kicking machine.
  • Over reach: extremely effective for developing shoulder stability, thoracic mobility and hip mobility.
  • Crawler: the simplest flow but also probably one of the most excruciating and effective for developing strength and size.

I hope this answered many questions some people might have had. You can always ask more from Movement 20XX website.


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