up · right |əp rīt
- erect or vertical, as in position or posture.
- (of a person or their behavior) strictly honorable or honest.
move · ment |müv-mənt
- the act or process of moving; especially : change of place or position or posture.
- a particular instance or manner of moving.
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UpRight Movement helps change lives for the better through education and a NatURe inspired Ecosystem process informed by immutable first principles, environmental evolutionary adaptedness, neurodevelopment, biology, and Newtonian Physics; which optimizes locomotion, resilience, and longevity.
Empowering people on the journey to feeling, moving, and performing better-living freely with few limits.
To optimize health and performance for every individual, it is essential four key areas are exercised in a balanced manner: Mindset, Recovery, Nutrition/Hydration, and Movement. These elements operate interdependently and ultimately have a very powerful influence that may help with optimal gene expression. Mindset, Recovery, Nutrition/Hydration, and Movement alone aren’t enough. But together, and incorporated into daily habits, balancing these four fundamentals serve as a Force Multiplier to help you succeed now—and for life to Feel, Move, and Perform Better.
TRUST IN RESULTS
It is our honor and responsibility to serve people– our chief intent is to help improve people’s awareness of postures, patterns, and problem solving of variable ways of interacting with our environment through locomotion, increase resilience, and longevity. We optimize how the human body, senses, perceives, interprets sensory input including pain, moves, rests, and how each human moves his or her body in different environments. Essentially we restore and fine-tune the nervous system, movement and recovery to optimize human performance relative to the scale and context of the person.
UpRight Movement is at the forefront of human movement and performance training. We are pioneering how to view and train the human body, and are leaders in the field of movement skill development. We are innovative in viewing how the human body moves best and how we can learn this for ourselves; discovering not only does our physiology evolve from our developmental past, but so does our strategy for locomotion.
With this approach, we are able to increase the efficiency of movement all together. We do not make any claims to diagnose or treat any specific injuries. What we do is balance the nervous system, senses, and how the human body moves, specific to the individual and their respective environment and demands.
Experience up to a 350% improvement in Feeling, Moving, and Performing Better with us.
Founder and Performance Specialist
Corey Jung is a United States Marine Corps Veteran, and has had a career as a tactical athlete. As a balance to his earlier life Corey began and still studies and practices deeply in the subjects and his principles of: Mindset, Recovery, Nutrition, and Movement. Corey has been mentored by numerous world renowned experts in these fields and still communicates with some of them today.
Today Corey is still committed to excellence and service through Human Performance Optimization by assisting others to feel, move, and perform better. Corey specializes in locomotion, resilience, and longevity; with athletes from teens to seniors, activities from daily living to tactical operations.
Corey serves as an advisor to the Marine Raider, U.S. Marine Corps Forces Special Operations Command (MARSOC) Foundation, the U.S. Forest Service, and is partnered with Heroes’ Movement. Corey is also trained as a Type 2 Wildland Firefighter with the U.S. Forest Service, performing as the first Technical Advisor/Human Performance Specialist to Wildland Firefighters in the history of the U.S. Forest Service.
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