After seeing way too many bad YouTube tutorials and getting countless requests from people wanting to learn basic acrobatics and movement skills, we put our heads together and came up with the most comprehensive program you’ll find (if I do say so myself) for learning tumbling, backflips, and basic movement bad-ass-ery.
Check out this video for a better idea of what Floor Two is all about:
Re-train the Brain and the Body
As with all GMB programs, Floor Two is jam packed with information, videos, and clear instructions, all clearly organized into an easy-to-understand program. As you may or may not know (depending on how long you’ve been following GMB) we don’t believe in rote memorization or simply following instructions when it comes to exercise.
If you follow Floor Two, you won’t just follow along with a program for a few months – you’ll actually retrain your nervous system and learn how to move again.
That’s right – if you’re living in the 21st century and spend most of your day sitting at a desk in front of a computer, your body probably doesn’t remember how to actually move anymore.
You know, like you used to as a kid.
And you should take a few lessons from your kid self. Babies aren’t just born knowing how to tumble and cartwheel and move freely. No, they have to learn to do those things through a long and arduous process that literally takes years.
A Systematic Curriculum for Physical Skill
So, if you’ve “forgotten” how to do those things over however many years you’ve been a working adult (or even since you started sitting at a desk all day in school), why should you expect yourself to be able to relearn those patterns with just one 3-minute YouTube tutorial?
Bottom line? You shouldn’t.
Just like you did as a child, learning to first roll over, then sit up, then crawl, and finally walk, you’ll need to go through several steps to retrain your body to move the way it was naturally meant to.
Floor Two has four phases. With each phase, you will learn more complex variations of the particular skills we will focus on, and by the end, with the flow routine, you’ll be amazed by the ease with which you’re able to move your body.
If you don’t think you’re quite ready for F2, that’s fine. Floor One is a great program for building a basic foundation of movement.