Fighting Monkey Practice - London

Revealing the 2018/2019 NEW  PRACTICE PROGRAM :





Fighting Monkey back to London with two Full-On days of

"Anatomy of Injury "


a/ Athletic Leg Program “3 Basic Resilience Cycles”

b/Coordination Practice with 9 Speedtool by FM

c/ Movement Situations & learning strategies



Time: 6 -7 October 2018

Saturday: 10:00 – 19:30
Sunday: 10:00 – 19:30

Shoreditch Town Hall

380 Old St, London EC1V 9LT, UK

Ticket sale starts on Saturday at 14:00


A limited number of Early Bird tickets available

Early Bird:

Our community is important to us. We sponsored a number of  concession tickets for artists wanting to take part or these with fyer financial means. Please contact Movement Research UK to apply:




a/ Athletic Leg Program “3 Basic Resilience Cycles”

b/Coordination Practice with 9 Speedtool by FM

c/ Movement Situations & learning strategies


Anatomy of Injury explores ways to treat and self diagnose injuries, and more importantly, to detect where future injuries might occur based on your structural integrity, movement and behavioural patterns. Techniques are discussed regarding the develop of the nervous system to make you more adaptable to stressors you come across. 

This program is highly recommended for anyone who wants to reach to a more sustainable mobility status in the long run. Professional and no professional athletes, coaches, dancers, physiotherapists and other kinds of healers can also acquire valuable diagnostic and treatment skills. 

The Anatomy of Injury concepts teach all people how to respond to injuries, how to protect their joints, deal with connective tissue health issues and how we can become more intelligent with our joint preparation and practice before training and during performance.

Athletic Leg Program “3 Basic Resilience Cycles”
is practice that offers genuine inside on the actual age of your joints. It is not entertaining or spectacular. It takes time to learn and reveals the way your body thinks during training.

The process of change is and should be slow, so that the effects last for long and create a powerful momentum to carry you through old age.

It is simple, just the basics.

It is your relations with minutes, hours and years of precise practice that will transform you into one animal. 

The practice entails an introduction to Irregular & Transitional Squats, to improve and re-vitalize our hip joints. More over it explains "proportional dynamic training" that will enable you to distribute forces of stress through the entire elastic structure of legs during motion, allowing you to use your legs in more dynamic and intelligent ways and to increase your athletic performance. 

These cycles clearly identify your deficiencies and spot the problematic areas in your structure - informing you on how your joints collaborate and how well your entire structure is orchestrated in relation to your feet.

Coordinations Practice with 9 Speedtool by FM:
Coordinations with FM9 Speedtool improve the explosive power of the overall structure based on greater release of kinetic potential. The FM9 Speedtool practice offers intelligent transition from predictable, symmetrical power training to neurologically challenging multi-directional coordinations. Improving as well joint stability, velocity, elastic power and flexibility of upper body.

Coordination training is a powerful feedback method and training strategy to improve your athletic performance and overall health, especially in bipedal motion. It helps you to develop a dynamic configuration for running, jumping, striking, throwing and any motion that requires velocity and increased kinetic potential. It also helps you cultivate an intelligent and adaptive structure able to move through multi-plane, multi-joint coordinations and generate a more rhythmically organised collaboration of the entire body.

Movement Situations will go through:
Provoking and increasing the adaptive value of your movement qualities. Strategic planning and creativity in an ever changing and unpredictable environment. Studying the underlying principles of human motion. Stress and pressure effects on our perception, behavior and actions. Level of response in complex situations. 

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