Warrior Up with Julie Beck and MovNat!

Julie Beck is a twenty-four year professional fitness coach and trainer who says, "I’m not stopping anytime soon!" She's an avid student of fitness and has been known to sing rock n’ roll songs out loud in public places. With an early introduction to fitness in high school weight training; Julie has become a student of every kind of strength which led her to complete Level 2 certification in MovNat® a system of natural movement founded by Erwan Le Corre,that has roots in 17th Century Europe's physical education system. Log in to see how she learned to Warrior Up!

About the author

John Greaves III is a writer based in North Georgia with nearly two decades of experience in training at home. A former amateur kickboxing champion, John now competes recreationally in powerlifting. He takes a physical culture approach to training; believing that strength and health need not be mutually exclusive. In addition to his nonfiction work, John has written two fiction books, A Different Kind of Giant and A Little Lesson in Manners that are available on Amazon.com.



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  • Skigranny February 4, 2018 at 3:12 am

    I love movnat!

    • Coach Julie February 8, 2018 at 1:35 pm

      Hey are you familiar with MovNat previously or is this your introduction to natural movement as a method of keeping fit? Are there other things you would like to know or you find interesting about movement?

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