There’s certainly been no shortage of news around the world over the past 12 months. 2021 proved to be a big year for mindfulness and doing what we could to stay healthy in the midst of a pandemic. And, in spite of all the chaos, fitness and wellness were still front-of-mind topics for people everywhere.
Animal Flow was referenced and featured in articles, on podcasts and TV shows all around the world. Here are seven of our top picks from recent months.
Animal Flow creator Mike Fitch talks with sporting legend, author and speaker, Gabby Reece, on her podcast, The Gabby Reece Show. They cover the infinite complexities of the human body, why the floor is an incredible educator, being a great coach, and more.
German digital publication, 20 Minuten, featured Animal Flow for its strength and coordination benefits. Alongside cold immersion, mindfulness, and racquet sport, Pickleball, Animal Flow is listed as one of the top fitness and wellness trends for 2022.
In episode 225 of the podcast, Mike Fitch talks to host, Jana Short, about the program. In this 30-minute conversation, they discuss what it means to ‘take ownership’ of your body, the four pillars of building up your physical vessel, and more.
Mike Fitch talks with LA Unscripted host, Liberté Chan, about Animal Flow’s Six Components: Wrist Mobilizations, Static Activations, Traveling Forms, Form Specific Stretches, Switches and Transitions, and Flow.
Mike talks with hosts Bernadette and Junior on episode #1637 of One Life Radio. This segment covers the benefits of finding a movement style you enjoy, staying active while traveling, and carving out moments for movement during the holiday season.
Beloved Animal Flow Regional Leader, Clark Cheung, addresses his battle to overcome cancer with publication, Macau Lifestyle. In the article, Clark shares insights into his diagnosis and treatment, why he loves Animal Flow, and his plans for a bright future.
Health Babes Podcast hosts, Dr Becky Campbell and Dr Krystal Hohn, interview Mike on his journey to Animal Flow. They talk about moving away from dogma in fitness, the benefits of a ground-based approach to movement, and how to get started with the program.
Former UFC fighter Eliot Marshall, talks with Mike Fitch on The Gospel of Fire podcast. The discussion looks at why crawling is so important to our continued development as humans, being the ‘sole player’ in the game of life, and using structure to create freedom.