Stress is known to the human body at every moment, resulting in either regeneration or deterioration based on accommodation via motion, as Jake Duhon explains.


Every person on earth is susceptible to stress, with or without knowledge of its presence, and every person attempts to utilize it in the most efficient manner possible. As a result, some do this with great success and some with great failure.


Having worked with clients from varying backgrounds, with differing targets and goals, I have witnessed the effects of stress both in positive and negative lights. The outcome is always similar: the greater the ability to accommodate stress, the greater the movement and, when motion is avoided, decline in mobility always exists.


With this in mind, shouldn’t the end goal be educating for accommodation of stress through enhanced training programs, which foster an awareness of greater movement ability with an end goal of movement adoption?


Our past is saturated with training programs that both rely on and apply linear applications of stress. This contradicts the true movement ability of the human structure. Today, we find a revolution of new research, innovative thoughts, collective reasoning and applications that provide a sense of simplicity from the daunting complexities of the human movement system. The future of movement training lies in the simple understanding of our body’s daily requirement for stress, the magnificent ability we have to accommodate that stress and our own evolution from it.


To step into a constantly developing era of genius, we must begin to rely on the simple practice of human motion through an introduction of full-body, task-oriented movement patterns with the use of load. This form of movement-based resistance training provides the body with an ability to adapt to a ‘true to life’ setting that any person – from a general fitness enthusiast to a performance athlete – needs, as they all must constantly adapt to a world designed for motion. Welcome to Loaded Movement Training.