Our Principles

Tensegrity Model / Anatomy In Motion
There’s balance in stillness and in motion.We must use equal and opposite forces to build and strengthen balance in motion, not just in stillness.
Bipedal Biomechanics
Humans evolved to walk and run on two feet. Prioritizing bipedal biomechanics will not only result in better performance, but also improved quality of life. 
Longevity / Performance
Success in movement is found in the transitions between positions, not just the end ranges. AIM gives us the tools to observe and troubleshoot the economics of our movement. Developed by Gary Ward.
Weaponization & Survival 
Fitness as survival, Your body as a tool.