"Play as if Your Life Depends on It" is an innovative and comprehensive look at human physical fitness and health. The orientation is primal, practical, and playful. It's primal because it connects us with our hunting and gathering origins. It is practical, because it teaches us how to integrate movement into our daily lives and train for the way we actually live. It is playful, in the way that it creates new games and looks for humour at every opportunity. This book offers a perspective that is both wide-ranging and powerful. You'll gain a new orientation toward fitness as you develop a renewed enthusiasm for movement and your body.
Frank Forencich received a BA from Stanford University and his human biology and neuroscience teaching credentials from Humboldt State University. He holds a black belt rank in karate and aikido and has twenty-five years teaching experience in functional fitness and martial arts.