Primal Play - New York City
Monday, August 4, 2014 from 6:30 PM to 9:00 PM (EDT)
New York, NYC
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Primal Playout by Darryl Edwards
Darryl - The Fitness Explorer returns to New York from London, England to run an introductory playshop on Paleo fitness and play called Primal Play.
Darryl is the leading UK expert in Paleo Fitness and is regularly featured in the UK press, including Health & Fitness, Men’s Fitness, Men’s Health and Women’s Fitness. In addition, he regularly hosts seminars and presents at Paleo f(x), AHS and PrimalCon here in the US.
Regardless of your relationship with activity; whether you have a love affair with fitness and relish a new challenge or hate exercise but want to get passionate about movement again - you will gain practical movement skills that will assist you in performing every day, recreational and extraordinary physical tasks more effectively but most important have FUN whilst doing it.
What to expect?
The ‘Playshop’ will:
Give you a basic understanding of Paleo fitness with Primal Play and its unique approach to improving your fitness, health, strength and well-being.
Is it for you?
The PRIMAL Playshop is open to all, regardless of fitness level, age, gender or ability. Activities will be scaled and training adapted to suit the individuals taking part.
Discussion Topics Include:
· What is Fitness?· Functional vs Practical Training· The Key to Real Strength
Practical Participation Includes:
• Animal Moves (Movement Drills & Variations)
• Inner Strength (How to be Strong and Useful)
• Visualisation (Imaginative and Cooperative Play)
• No Equipment Required (Bodyweight & Partner-Based)
When & Where
Darryl Edwards - The Fitness Explorer
Published author of "Paleo Fitness" : www.amzn.to/PaleoFitnessBook, certified personal trainer, coach and nutritionist.
Founder of the PRIMAL PLAY methodology making activity fun, effective and engaging while getting healthier, fitter and stronger in the process. He specialises in working with children from 4 to 94, fitness for those who hate to exercise - as well as those that relish a new challenge.