Fitness instructor Teddy Lo works with a student at Trybe, the movement-centred gym he co-founded in Wong Chuk Hang, Hong Kong. Movement culture is an emerging fitness regime that can get almost anyone fit, practitioners say. Fitness instructor Teddy Lo works with a student at Trybe, the movement-centred gym he co-founded in Wong Chuk Hang, Hong Kong. Movement culture is an emerging fitness regime that can get almost anyone fit, practitioners say.
Fitness instructor Teddy Lo works with a student at Trybe, the movement-centred gym he co-founded in Wong Chuk Hang, Hong Kong. Movement culture is an emerging fitness regime that can get almost anyone fit, practitioners say.

Movement culture: used by UFC legend Conor McGregor, fitness trend can help no matter how unfit you are

  • Emerging fitness regime draws from virtually all the physical disciplines, and offers an unusually well-rounded training style to suit all shapes and sizes
  • Its main aim is to fight people’s lack of physical activity – a trigger for heart disease, depression and other conditions

Topic |   Wellness
Fitness instructor Teddy Lo works with a student at Trybe, the movement-centred gym he co-founded in Wong Chuk Hang, Hong Kong. Movement culture is an emerging fitness regime that can get almost anyone fit, practitioners say. Fitness instructor Teddy Lo works with a student at Trybe, the movement-centred gym he co-founded in Wong Chuk Hang, Hong Kong. Movement culture is an emerging fitness regime that can get almost anyone fit, practitioners say.
Fitness instructor Teddy Lo works with a student at Trybe, the movement-centred gym he co-founded in Wong Chuk Hang, Hong Kong. Movement culture is an emerging fitness regime that can get almost anyone fit, practitioners say.
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