The origin of movement mastery - part 2


This is part 2 of our blog series "The origin of movement mastery" (part 1). Although it's extremely difficult to standardize a common system that agrees on what consist of the core movement fundamentals and how to teach them, we do our best to peel back the layers of the onion of movement and identify what we think are the origin and key building blocks of movement and the origin of movement mastery at HAUS No3.

When it comes to training in the gym, playing sports, developing body awareness or simply moving around in daily life, there are two movement patterns that you want to make your first priority to learn and understand; the squat and the hip hinge.

Why? Because they are the fundamental building blocks, the mother and father if you will, to some of the most effective and useful exercises you can do; both in the gym and in real life.

THE MOTHER OF ALL EXERCISES - THE HIP HINGE