35. The Evolution of Movement – with Rafe Kelley

Rafe talks about natural movement  – tree climbing, playing, fighting, running, etc. (He has a string parkour background). He describes the birth of the movement culture scene, and discusses overspecialisation, the bodily costs of western culture, reductionist approaches to exercise and nutrition, Jordan Peterson, “whole” movement, social constructionism, gender differences, gay genes, body denialism, having a “why” for training and more. He finishes with some movement advice for listeners. 







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