Join Katy Bowman, biomechanist, author, and leader in the Movement Movement for conversations on how movement affects not only the shapes of our bodies but the shape of our life.
In this show, biomechanist and author, Katy Bowman introduces her new book on kid and family movement, Grow Wild, with some publishing industry dialogue on what makes a coffee table book. She also answers an important gait question while on foot.
Your Questions About Walking
This program covers a lot—heel strike and hip strength, footwear to anatomy. A great listen for laypersons and professionals alike!
Find episode transcript and links under PODCAST TRANSCRIPTS at NutritiousMovement.com.
We're used to thinking we need to exercise off our food, but what if we thought differently -- that food was where movement comes from? Did you know you can grow your own movement? Are COVID gardens a thing? Katy Bowman talks with Victory Garden historian Dr. Rose Hayden-Smith about the rising gardening movement and how these times compare and contrast with WW1 and 2-era gardening, as well as offers ways to cross-train in the garden!
On today’s show, biomechanist and author, Katy Bowman talks about a movement on the minds of many folks, and that is breathing. If you haven’t listened to Episode 121: Move Your Breathing Parts Better, or if you haven’t read the article by the same name, you can start with that first.
Move Your Breathing Parts Better
In this episode of Move Your DNA, biomechanist and author Katy Bowman starts off with a lesson on breathing mechanics. Then she walks you through some exercises.
How (and Why) I Walked 440 Miles for My 44th Birthday
In this special edition of the Move Your DNA podcast,
Katy Bowman reads through her recent blog post, How & Why I Walked 440 Miles for My 44th Birthday.
She invites you to grab your walking shoes and follow along!
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