29 episodes

Welcome to The MOVEMENT Movement -- the podcast for people who want the TRUTH about having a healthy, happy, strong body.

We'll be breaking through the mythology, confusion and sometimes outright lies about what it takes to walk, run, hike, do yoga, paddle board, lift... or whatever you do. I'm here to help you do it better and have more fun.

It's called The MOVEMENT Movement because We're creating a movement. Making natural movement to the obvious choice the way natural FOOD is currently.

The MOVEMENT Movement Steven Sashen

    • Health & Fitness
    • 4.7, 19 Ratings

Welcome to The MOVEMENT Movement -- the podcast for people who want the TRUTH about having a healthy, happy, strong body.

We'll be breaking through the mythology, confusion and sometimes outright lies about what it takes to walk, run, hike, do yoga, paddle board, lift... or whatever you do. I'm here to help you do it better and have more fun.

It's called The MOVEMENT Movement because We're creating a movement. Making natural movement to the obvious choice the way natural FOOD is currently.

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
19 Ratings

19 Ratings

cndavis ,

I’m joining the movement movement!

This is a new podcast, and while I think Stephen Sashen is still getting his rhythm, I have found the information fascinating, informative, and some possibly life-changing. I can’t tell you how many people I’ve talked to about their orthotics after listening to the podiatrist about why we shouldn’t be so reliant on them (episode 23). However, my life-changing episode is probably the one about how to walk (episode 26). I mean, don’t I already know how to walk? Apparently not. Last Sunday, I went on a 6-mile hike (disclosure: I am a huge fan of Xero Shoes, so I was wearing my Terraflex hiking shoes since this technique would not work with regular hiking boots) and applied this new walking strategy which focuses on using my gluteal (butt) muscles with every stride instead of just relying on the feet, knees, and calves. Let me tell you, by the end of the hike, my butt muscles were noticeably tight (in a good way) and my calves and knees were perfect. No pain whatsoever. And I’m a female in my 50s. Life-changing? You bet!

WolfSpydr ,

Rings True

I have been running for 40+ years - it is something I love to do. About three years ago I developed severe knee pain and almost quit running. My sister mentioned the “Born to Run” book. Converting to barefoot allowed me to run again - I put in 4.5 miles yesterday with absolutely no pain. I have listened to every episode so far in this Podcast and they ring so true to my experience.

kheoas ,

Good but repetitious

Stephen has good information in this podcast about natural movement, but he repeats himself a lot from one episode to the next. He also uses some unnecessary bad language, which I find offensive.

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