Animal Movement & Skill Flow (EPIC FLOW)

November 6, 2021 by VAHVA Fitness

Combining animal movement flow (Movement 20XX Method) with the power moves of Skill Master.

There is a big difference between Movement 20XX Method and Skill Master Program.

Movement 20XX is primarily strength training with some elements of skill training. Skill Master is dominantly skill training with some supplementary strength training.

Movement 20XX Method focuses on flow movements - movements that are easy and fast to learn but are very effective in building the body and developing different attributes of the body.

Skill Master focuses on "power moves" - moves that usually take longer to learn and are more challenging in nature. Some power moves may take a year to master whereas almost everyone can do a bear walk almost right away.

Your movement can become very interesting once you combine fluid movement flow (Movement 20XX) with occasional power moves to spice up your flows. You will also see results in the development of your body.

In Skill Master we want you to join this journey of discovering your body's capabilities and learning beautiful bodyweight skills.

Skill Master is a fantastic program in case you are interested in:

  • Master bodyweight movements without hurting the body.
  • Develop coordination, body control and spatial awareness.
  • Explore your potential and physical capabilities.
  • Improve your fitness and body composition while learning enjoyable and cool movements.

Unlike many other programs (which we update from time to time), what makes Skill Master special is that we are updating this program on a monthly basis.

Next month alone, we will be adding 5 new lessons (around 45 min in total) to the program. And if you want to learn something specific, just let us know and we will see what we can do.

If you are a beginner when it comes to training like this, Skill Master will be perfect for you and offer a crazy amount of value.

If you are more advanced, you will be learning very cool applications (with elbow lever alone you can do additional 5-10 applications) and of course movements you probably haven't done before (like Flying Daggers or Helix Spin).

For example, we LOVE the Flying Daggers movement. In the program we cover many variations of it. Flying Daggers is a skill that originates from Martial arts.

Flying Daggers has a double function. Firstly, it opens up the shoulder girdle, upper back and deltoids for swift, relaxed and sharp movement.

But secondly, it also develops explosive rotational body mechanics for efficient power delivery that can be utilized for example in punching and throwing.

The skills we cover in Skill Master hide in themselves highly functional patterns of body control. These are not just for the show but can also help you perform better in many areas.

Skill Master is where we combine purposeful movements together with having fun. It's a killer combination. Truly.

Skill Master is a way for you to learn bodyweight skill training from Eero Westerberg on a monthly basis. In just 1 month you will be learning a lot and the upcoming months look even better.

If exploring your movement capabilities and learning new bodyweight skills sounds something fun for you to start (or continue doing), then check out for more information.

Stay strong.

samuli jyrkinen

About the author 

Samuli Jyrkinen

Samuli is the ninja behind the scenes (photography, videography, websites, program platforms and more). He has been training religiously for over a decade and has a firm grasp of physical and mental fitness. You will find our story here.

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