Mudwalking is a Westernized version of a 4000-year-old Chinese fitness training called circlewalking. Circlewalking was prized for its ability to develop strength, flexibility, agility, and vitality.
Does it Involve Walking in Mud?
No, it involves imagining you are walking in mud of different depths and thicknesses as a way to increase or decrease the difficulty of the training.
Is it Worthy of My Time?
Mudwalking provides extraordinary value for your workout time. If you do it for strength and agility, you get the health and meditative benefits for free. If you do it for the health and meditative benefits, you get the strength and conditioning benefits for free. In either case, mudwalking does more in less time than any other training.
1. Take lessons. Call me 310-721-8994 or email me firstname.lastname@example.org. I don’t charge for lessons in Los Angeles. Outside of LA, I charge for my travel expenses.
2. Buy the Mudwalking training manual and read it carefully. (BTW, I lose money on each book, so I’m not recommending it to make any money).
3. Review all the material I have added to this website.
4. Download the training audios to your smartphone and practice them regularly.
5. Call me with questions.
Good luck with your training.
The Mudwalking Training Manual is now available at Amazon.com:
Mudwalking: Unleash the Power of Walking for Vitality+Rejuvenation+Longevity
Dear Fellow Mudwalker,
Unfortunately, I can’t spend time with you as you learn Mudwalking. I can’t see if your alignments are correct or if your mental attitude is getting in your way.
Mudwalking itself is quite simple to learn and practice. However, to get the most out of your practice, it is important to learn not only what to do, but also why you are doing it.
To this end, I have written this training manual to give you an understanding of the principles of Mudwalking, as well as the techniques, both physical and mental, to make your experience a success.
I have included a lot of material in this manual. Some ideas or exercises will work better for you than others. I encourage you to focus on what works for you in the beginning. As you progress, try to incorporate other ideas and techniques into your training.
If you need help, visit us at www.mudwalking.com.
Wishing you all the best,