We have been on a long journey at The Lean Berets. In our Basecamp group, we all had injuries and “mileage” like most people over age 30. We all felt like there was something missing. It seemed liked people today were still grasping and trying to create “something new” that often overlooked something fundamental. While we had been looking at historical methods casually for years, about five years ago things started coming together, and as our vision cleared, we became more focused on a very important question, “What did history know?”
The journey to find our way is classic. Often when people are confused and they are not quite sure what to do–they turn to their elders for wisdom and advice. With exercise and movement, history has a lot to say of great importance.
This new demo video is a representation of years of intense study and experimentation to not only use modern neuroscience, but to also revive important historical methods. We have invested tens of thousands in training, certifications, mentoring, and studying under the best teachers alive today plus reviewing hundreds of vintage resources many of which over 100 years old. History and our current mentors have taught us the value of “circular” patterns to heal the body and promote optimal movement efficiency. Ironically, by using these “lighter” weights with circular patterns, we have all gotten stronger and moved better…but history already new this.
After years of study, we are ready to roll. Everything in the demo video we are teaching in our Restorative Arts workshops. Our Basecamp Team is Ron Jones, Kevin, Rail, Candas Jones, and Shane Hylton. Contact Us if you want more information.
Enjoy the movement video…nothing is forced…it’s all flow and FUN.
Vendor thanks to Revolution Clubs (Indian Clubs), Rosewater Kinetics (Persian Meel), Suples (Leather Kettlebell), Hyperwear (SandBells), and most importantly, Doug Orchard of Doug Orchard Films who is an absolute master at capturing the Noble Purpose in action!
Without our teachers and mentors, none of this is possible. With much gratitude, we move forward.