Trainer gains attention on TikTok by exercising on all fours

Nathaniel Nolan calls his video series "walking on all fours" because that is part of the practice, but it's not all of it, he assures.
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Nathaniel Nolan calls his video series "walking on all fours" because that is part of the practice, but it's not all of it, he assures.

A lot of interesting things pop up on TikTok. But if you’ve ever seen Nathaniel Nolan come across your page, you’ve likely done a double take.

The 31-year-old movement coach based in Carmel, Indiana, has emerged as the guy who walks on all fours.

What started out as an online training journal where he could track his progress has snowballed into more than 1 million followers obsessed with his eye-catching training tactic.

“There was not really an end goal in mind,” he told USA TODAY of starting his all-fours journey and accompanying videos. “The original goal was to help to build up enough conditioning to resolve a lot of my pain that I was having. But as soon as I started to get the results from that, it became apparent that this isn’t something that I really wanted to stop doing.”

He calls his video series “walking on all fours” because that is go of the practice, but it’s not all of it, he assures.

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