Ido Portal – A Moving Conversation

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As the Founder & host of London Real, I’ve had the privilege of meeting and interviewing over 300 of the most fascinating people in the world.

In the past four years I’ve spoken to Astronauts, Members of Parliament, Hollywood actors, and CEO’s of Billion Dollar companies.

But every now and then I meet someone who changes my life forever.

Ido Portal is one of those people.

I first met Ido in 2014 and encountered a man with a message, a man who was intent on communicating his views of movement to the world, and to do so without selling out.

Ido is passionate, audacious, and relentless. Needless to say…I liked him immediately.

In 2015 Ido returned to London Real on our brand new set for another epic conversation but something was just not right. Here I was speaking to a man who’s entire life is dedicated to Human Movement…and we were talking while sitting down.

And so I decided we needed to have London Real’s very first Moving Conversation. Two men walking the streets of London in an unedited, Unscripted, and uncut conversation…anything goes…anything can happen.

A few weeks after this Moving Conversation Ido would go on to famously join UFC Champion Conor McGregor for his entire week of pre-fight training filled with broomsticks and animal walks. The whole world asking “Who was this Movement guy?” This would culminate with Ido being ringside in Las Vegas to watch Conor knock out José Aldo in 13 seconds and become the undisputed world champion.

This is our conversation….recorded on the streets of London, England on November 18, 2015.

[0:05:11] Introduction. Achilles half man half God. Ido Portal 100% God. Paradigm shift.

[0:05:55] Climbing trees. Olympic rings. Walking on the ground like a lizard. Balancing on parallel bars.

[0:08:09] Movement possibilities. Idea of play. Idea of communicating with objects, with the floor, with gravity, with centrifugal forces.

[0:08:43] It’s all play.

[0:09:22] Are you trying to make a point in that? Or was it out of necessity? Opposite of necessity.

[0:09:39] Not supporting commercial products and big believer in education.

[0:09:45] High tech shoes. Low tech feet. The more expensive is the toys the cheaper is the mover.

[0:09:55] Highly supportive footware, your foot is going to lose function.

[0:10:40] Don’t wrap up your joint with supportive accessories. Wrap your joints with exercise.

[0:10:50] Building the body’s’ protective self.

[0:11:00] Push ups with fingers. Push ups with the back of the hand.

[0:11:27] What’s going on there is that people lose touch with the floor.

[0:12:00] Losing function. We are opportunistic movers. The hands are meant to communicate with objects.

[0:12:40] Capoeira introduced me to the importance. And the beauty of being closed to the ground.

[0:13:40] Using boundaries, rules and limitations to create freedom.

[0:13:53] The only way to expand freedom is by limitation.

[0:13:55] Moving with the stick to move the spine.

[0:14:47] Lock your spine. Your spine must remain straight.

[0:15:06] Working on your knees. Don’t over react.

[0:16:14] Doing sets of 3 minutes of squats.

[0:16:34] Learning how to move my neck. BJJ concept.

[0:17:42] Open a door and force a person through the door.

[0:18:05] The locomotion. Animal bipedal movements.

[0:18:48] Because we can. Because we live in this body.

[0:19:48] Once we start losing something, everyone realises it and its “ohh! I want that back.”

[0:20:00] We need appreciation for this great sun, for this body, for this neck that can glide. so we can maintain it, so we can sustain it. The best reason to move is because we can.

[0:21:30] Ideas and evolution. Teaching.

[0:22:11] The beginner teacher is occupied with presenting the vastness of his knowledge.

[0:22:23] Submitting the student to your knowledge.

[0:22:49] Being accurate with the right type of information.

[0:23:00] I don’t do core work. Why don’t you do core work?

[0:23:40] I don’t do any isolated work.

[0:23:55] There are many trends. One of them is the core.

[0:24:47] I’ve scripted some horses for our conversations. Do you ever get any inspirations from animals.

[0:25:00] Beautiful counter lateral pattern.

[0:25:25] Just standing next to it and you can feel what kind of engine and raw power is here.

[0:25:45] Moving all around the world. Being a nomad. Promoting outdoors.

[0:26:21] Dropping the broom stick games.

[0:27:10] The history of Ido and the stick. Training with Gunnar. Exploring the options.

[0:29:00] The stick will bend but you will bend a lot more than the stick.

[0:29:37] The first 8 minute of Ronda Rousey’s warm up is her and a broom stick.

[0:31:48] If I tell you to walk like a lizard you will laugh at me. If Ido tells you to do it, you will do it.

[0:32:00] Knowing that it is utilitarian, that’s why I go try it out.

[0:32:49] All movements are good.

[0:33:00] Realising when the movement will serve me.

[0:33:21] Zone 1, Zone 2 and Zone 3 in the movement experience.

[0:34:23] Zone 1 is where most of the possibilities happen. Steven Jepson on never leave the playground.

[0:35:05] It doesn’t even matter if you made it or not. How many new movement did you learn yesterday?

[0:35:55] A contemporary dancer in an audition setting might learn up to 400 new moves. Neurological training.

[0:36:31] We should reward quality education.

[0:37:10] The brain is the result of complexity of human movement.

[0:37:40] Your character is in constant movement just as your brain. Movement was the original reason behind the development of the brain.

[0:38:48] Zone 1 learning is often neglected and I want to open people’s eyes to it more.

[0:39:00] Kinetic koens. Playing with riddles. Movement riddles.

[0:40:15] It became popularised through my work with the movement experience.

[0:41:05] I can get stuck in my own body. I cannot think of something else because I am movement.

[0:42:50] Children and animals are huge sources of inspiration for me.

[0:43:20] Getting angry at parents who tell their kids how to move. How dare you invade a pefect system. A perfectly intuitive system.

[0:44:43] There is always trade offs. You are constantly making choices even when you are not making choices.

[0:46:06] The shirt pull. We cannot move something in isolation in the body. You cannot isolate muscles. The best you can do is to target certain parts.

[0:47:40] The denial of death. We can’t deal with the idea that we die.

[0:48:52] Relationship with pain. Pain is inevitable.

[0:51:01] What is pain.

[0:52:20] You have to undergo some small pains to overcome some big pains.

[0:52:45] People are not made of sugar.

[0:53:10] Relying on common sense which is not so common anymore.

[0:54:45] Those who can hold 2 contradictory ideas at the same time, a sign of intelligence by Albert Einstein will really benefit from it.

[0:54:55] Let’s play a competition. You have to catch the buckle right on the other side.

[0:56:20] This is definitely a gymnastics tool, but I treat it as a good toy.

[0:57:90] I broke two sets of buckle.

[0:58:45] I’ve been a major voice in bringing back hanging.

[1:01:30] Hanging is a movement pattern that is lost. Motor amnesia.

[1:02:32] Why the rings? It will move towards your weakest pattern.

[1:03:03] Allowing a movement known as a closed kinetic chain.

[1:05:15] The price is right.

[1:06:25] This is the muscle I have from doing rings. That’s when I realise you are truly alien.

[1:07:33] These auxiliary muscles will protect me.

[1:08:10] Can you talk to me about the corsets are all about and why you use that name?

[1:07:55] Protecting the tendons.

[1:09:40] What do you see in my ring muscle up.

[1:10:10] We need to get you to be aggressively patient.

[1:11:11] Passing to check points.

[1:13:15] Liquid chalks. Does it smell like something you would swallow?

[1:14:00] False grip.

[1:16:28] Chin up.

[1:17:01] Restricted movement. If you haven’t been thrown out of a gym, you haven’t really moved yet.

[1:17:55] Why can’t we climb the trees. Why is that not allowed.

[1:18:33] Bombay beach in Australia. Russia. Slacklines in Berlin.

[1:19:00] Training with Conor McGregor and Gunnar Nelson.

[1:18:55] Too much fun.

[1:20:27] Softening exercises.

[1:20:45] Missing from modern martial arts.

[1:21:47] I have collected over the last decade a very unique set of physical exercises, drills, and games

[1:22:17] Were you surprised impressed?

[1:22:50] With a stick they have to recalibrate and stay fresh, repattern, reinvent themselves to prepare themselves for the unpredictable nature of the fighting business.

[1:23:10] You said that you liked loud mouth.

[1:23:38] Conor McGregor is a martial artist.

[1:23:59] A showman layer.

[1:24:10] Stirs things up, sells the tickets. And the layer of the fighter that he is.

[1:24:45] He’s got a big fight coming up next against José Aldo. Are you going to watch that fight?

[1:25:27] I hope to be there ringside and help Conor in fight week.

[1:27:00] Conor robs you out of your tool box.

[1:27:10] Aggressive counter puncher. A form of consistent pressure without doing anything.

[1:27:30] More than anything, I enjoyed the spark in his eyes.

[1:30:00] Bare knuckle fight with Conor.

[1:30:10] Ronda Rousey’s loss against Holly Holm.

[1:31:44] It is difficult to juggle all these tasks.

[1:33:40] Nassim Taleb’s point of view on chaos. Respecting chaos.

[1:34:20] As the rapper Ice T says – It’s not about the come up. It’s about the come back.

[1:34:50] Michael “Venom” Page

[1:35:45] A true martial artist. Spending a week with Michael “Venom” Page at shoot fighters gym.

[1:37:17] He makes people look so bad it’s confusing and misleading.

[1:37:40] His work ethic. Going into the Octagon and he’s having fun.

[1:38:50] Investing in people.

[1:39:20] I care about the movement and the playmates.

[1:40:05] I don’t want to be lead by the money.

[1:40:25] The fine line between a monk in the mountain and the guy that is selling movement water.

[1:40:38] The guy that has gone too commercial and the guy who’s message never gets out.

[1:40:52] Where does that go with you in the future.

[1:40:55] You need to become accessible. Expose your practice, don’t practice for exposure.

[1:41:50] I am still the same person who practice in the small gym.

[1:43:22] You live a proper nomadic lifestyle.

[1:44:00] Keeping me fresh and keeping me spread my message.

[1:44:30] I have lived many different lives in my life.

[1:45:15] Do you think this is the ultimate life. I’m so grateful to stop and meditate.

[1:46:13] It’s a good day to die.

[1:46:16] What does that mean a good day to die. If everything ends now it’s okay.

[1:47:40] I feel like if there is any wealth in this world this is the moment.

[1:48:46] It’s a good day to die.

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TenPastPete
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Watching this resonated with me so much. I am 44. It took me back to my school days playing last man standing (dodgeball) and whilst I was overweight, I would throw myself all around the floor, so not to get hit with the basket balls. Now it has come round full circle. I am one of those “weak vegans!!!” 🙂 I now move 6-7 times a week, doing Insanity HIIT workouts, GMB Floor 1 workouts, 5-a-side football and mountain biking. Still on my journey…..

Bastet
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Please translate un french 🙁

Rod James
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Amazing Conversation Brian. Thank You so much for sharing this. what a life changing man Ido is!

Jez Brunatny
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Pain is strange. Why skateboarder comes back to a skatepark after he broke his leg arm and nose answear PASSION

Jez Brunatny
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Very nice interview again. Mind blowing stuff:).Less we do in our life much easier will be controled hehe.People dont want to wake up fuck.Sorry for my english gramma.

Avs
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Avs

Why does it say:
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Because of its privacy settings, this video cannot be played here.

(BTW I’m signed in from India, if that matters)

Charles
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eu não copreendo ingles bem aidna e não entendo o que dizem ,estou triste por não poder desfrutar deste conteúdo que você nos proporciona

George Wankel Koltchev
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This might be a stupid question But are the videos no longer downloadable?

Alexander Pollock
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What the music starting at 45sec please ?

Ahura
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the end song got me

pshimafhatukai823
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Jeffrey
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Meditate on your death

It is an ancient and powerful practice, it came before religion.

Wake up every day and fight, have purpose.

Remember that the good and bad are inseparable.

Appreciate your life, for all the good in it.

Appreciate your inevitable death; welcome eternal rest.

Because life is just as much a burden as it is a privilege.

Jeffrey
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great stuff

oneness
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oneness

Awesome guy !
Extremely Philosophical and Universally connected 🙂

Kieren
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I agree, he’s like a modern day Bruce Lee. There’s actually another interview with him here https://londonreal.tv/ido-portal-move-or-die/

russneal81@gmail.com
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I’ve been training with guys who have had the honour of learning from Ido, hearing Ido talk only further inspires me to learn from these amazing people!

JorgeValadas
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JorgeValadas

Belo!!

Damoor Sahami
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Class act.

Kadel
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Such an epic talk!

Sheldon22
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Sheldon22

Thank you.Ido Portal,I believe you have just changed my life.I am Truly inspired by your outlook on life and respect for everything in life.
But most of all you Logic on how the body works and how we should develop our entire bodies with movement
I will Move….

Kris
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the player on this site is so horrible please do something

Slim
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Awesome talk ! I feel so inspired. Thanks Brian ??????

Liezel
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WOW I’m inspired by a phenomenal MOVEMENT . It’s amazing how IDO PORTAL expresses himself through movement .The dedication ,strength and mindset by achieving a goal through hard hard work and staying motivated is unbelievable . Movement is a language on its own that is expressed by ones body and hard work – Words can never replace that expression .Movement is expressed through what words can’t describe . I’m a Freestyle dancer. When there’s music I have to move .Words can’t describe what dance means to me . Thank you for inspiring me to never let go on my dreams… Read more »

Michael
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As a trainer and coach I found this very fresh and true.

jomph911
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jomph911

Thanks for the conversation! Both of you, really inspired me.
Greetings From Canada..

Ruben
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Please anbody can tell me the name of the Music in 20:15min. Please help me

Luis Solarat
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Unfortunately, this is a track that Dj Sadhu (the man behind most of the soundtrack in London Real ) didin’t publish. But I invite you to check his website and listen to his music because he is the real deal. http://www.djsadhu.com/

Håvard Nome
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Great conversation! Greetings from Norway

Pablo Nogueira González
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This is GOLD!

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Daniel Perník
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WOW what is it? I just mentioned it on my new Blog and this post appeared here? 🙂

Torbjørn Eriksen
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Wow! Thank you.

Ariane Djro
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I love it! Thank you so much for this epic piece!
Took me to tears, a smile, laughter, pain, sadness here and there.
Beautiful.
Ido Portal is really a beautiful person.

Joel Joel
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What is the name of the Wood stick? Brums Stick?

Alexandra Vermöhlen
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Alexandra Vermöhlen

Broomstick. Ein Besenstiel.

Ahmed Shishini
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Ahmed Shishini

Music at 20:18 please ?

Olesia Nasykina
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Very useful video, thank you very very much

Dmitri Sergeyvich Sochlioukov
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To be honest, you’d get better vibes from people in general if you filmed while moving(walks stimulate conversation), or at the very least changed the location of filming to suit the speaker. Imagine filming In a rooftop bar or penthouse for instance. 🙂

Graham Read
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Hey, when I saw the studio interview with Ido I wasn’t impressed, sorry to say.
This interview, outside, totally changed that – superb thinking to do that.
Hearing him talk about horses, I knew he’s totally for real. I’m a convert.
Thanks, Graham

Deric Bailey
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Never thought about movement in a way as Ido explains. Very interesting & plan to incorporate more movement into my day to day activities. Thank you Ido for sharing your knowledge…god speed

Benja Min
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Great episode, and what a refreshing idea to take it outside. I’m so glad that ive been introduced to these new ideas about movement, its life-changing stuff!

Dave Loper
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Wow… Ido is really an inspiring individual… So happy I found out about him.

Mark Kennedy
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Very cool guy! I enjoy his perspectives. I liked what you both had to say at the end too solid stuff guys!

Michael Cade
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Really great stuff…

Aaron Maher
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Awesome work Brian!!!! Great interview

Luka Van Mundane
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Ido reminds me very much of Bruce Lee in his approach to what he does. Excellent, extraordinary interview and ‘It is a great day to die’ is my new catchphrase from now on. All I need is a set of rings to be happy as well….

Carl Thompson
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got to get me a stick!

Oli Gilbert
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Such a powerful message – It seems Ido really is living life in the “as me” realm.

I wish to one day meet Ido & experience his teachings first hand.

For sure, it is a good day to die.

Marcus Järvinen
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Marcus Järvinen

It’s a good day to die indeed! Thank you! 🙂

Shawn Micallef
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Hi there ,hope this comment finds you well 🙂 can someone help me because i am not managing to watch and listen to this conversation. The video is freezing after a few seconds. Btw am trying to watch it on my phone. Thanks in advance 🙂

Codrut Bordeanu
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Thank you Ido! Thank you, Brian! In my transition (23-24yr) from childhood to adulthood – during the year of 2015 – I was a nomad for 1 year through Europe. But now I have settled for an undetermined amount of time in the city where I decided to start entering life the way I want to, not the way it was programmed. In this moment I am “riding the wave” from all points of view, except mine. And that is because I am constantly battling with the idea of a purpose of my life. I do have a job and… Read more »

Michał Stefanów
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You cannot use a tree… Such a horrible joke… Embarrassing!

Brendan McGoo
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Amazing interview… inspiring, thought provoking and although my passions are in different fields i respect and buzz of his passion. I relate entirely to his way of life, philosophy and simple thought processes that we need not a lot but to present, aware, live simple, and move freely. outstanding stuff.

Jenny Martineau
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FANTASTIC! I compare this to the other interviews you’ve done with Ido. He seems so much more himself here, more relaxed with greater flow in his interaction. Great insight to take him out of the chair!

Bernie Smit
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This is such an amazing moment in time. All I can say is thank you. It makes me question and ask how I challenge myself in so many ways. I relate to so much said.

Wippe Mäkinen
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Great interview! One of my favorites from London Real for sure =)

Jakub Miglansek Ihnatisin
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Very greatful for this amazing interview. Thank you very much.

Radjin Burmeister
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What an awesome interview! Great questions and great answers. An inspirational experience to watch, thank you so much for sharing this with us London Real, I really enjoyed it.

Stephen Briggs
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Indeed! So do I Renata.

Stephen Briggs
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However, the video played fine a day later and was definitely worth watching, very nice to see someone else who likes sticks and movement!

Renata Koba
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I have the same problem I’m afraid, Thibaut…

Thibaut Eschenbrenner
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Thibaut Eschenbrenner

Am I the only one with such a slow video? I have to wait 10 seconds to see 10 seconds, wait 10, see 10 …

Pekka Huhtala
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An amazing interview. Such a pleasure to watch two interesting people have a conversation about movement while moving – and at the same time, constantly moving around in front of the TV myself.

Stephen Stokes
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One of the very best interviews, great format. “Being in the flow…” Exactly.

Joseph Osef
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Best interview of ido portal in londonreal. It was a very good idea to make it outside. It feels so natural and friendly.

Andrew Hutchinson
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it’s funny – the guys got thrown out of a park for moving (using trees), Ido says to his students that if you haven’t bee thrown out of a gym you haven’t really “moved” in one and i know people who were thrown out of London Real Academy for being REAL – not rude, always helpful, but a bit too REAL for something that has REAL in it’s name. I also don’t agree that it’s a great interview as every time Ido says something interesting that could be expanded on, Brian changes the subject to the question he already had… Read more »

Kris Thomsen
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What a purely amazing human being,the movement philosophy and the ideology behind living to move or moving to live is such an inspiring notion.With every interview I watch with Ido I am constantly left wanting to learn more from him and motivated to continue my journey as a mover. Thank you Brian for an amazing interview!!

Andrew Hutchinson
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integrity is so important. i don’t wish to be overly harsh but Ido has such a beautiful world view and Brian’s is diametrically opposed to it – i thought Brian’s brain was going to explode when Ido talked about the rings and commercialisation etc – “What, we don’t turn everything into business in an attempt to maximise profit?” 😉 He had to change the subject straight away.

Steven Townsend
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Integrity is important. Ido kept to the righteous journey. And the the result? see for yourself. A lesson in itself. INspirations to you all. ONEworld. ONEfamily. Together and alone, alone and together.

Steven Townsend
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Thank you for the thoughts and the ONEness. INSPIRATIONS PEOPLE. 🙂

Eric Stumper
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Best episode so far! So inspiring to see you and Ido actually moving around. Keep up the great work 🙂

Andrew Hutchinson
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Ido really listened and responded to what Brian said while Brian seemed to be always thinking of the next question and often didn’t actually respond to what Ido had just said. This was a shame as there were many points where it would have been great to move that point on a bit. Being too busy forming the next question meant we lost the flow of this, real shame.

Levy Gabriel Schultz
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Thank you Brian Rose and London Real for having Ido on the podcast. I was impressed with the fluidity of the moving vlog, at times I caught myself laughing watching peoples reactions as you both walked through the streets of london. A few were like (are they important, what’s going on?) others were like, that’s interesting, i would like to try that out. Great unscripted reactions. At times I found myself laughing in a squat stance, because I caught Ido doing his movements, I believe he didn’t know he was doing it, his body was moving by it’s self. When… Read more »

David Pita
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This needs to win an award for incredible web content. Wow!!!

narong hengsawad
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Great show. Feel so different than in the studio. Thank you.

Liav Memada Baron
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Love this guy!

Craig Jacobs
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It’s a good day to die. Nuff said.

Luccas Baptista
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Amazing talk, great guy and such a strong message. It’s a beautiful day to die.

Roy Adam Blakely
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Treasured moment indeed 🙂

Cauê Cargn
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He can be a polemic guy (as vegetarians and people who had bad experiences in his workshops), but he has strong values. He`s an inspiring stoic man.

Vasco
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What a great interview. Thanks 🙂

jamie curtis
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Loved it, the movement walk was a perfect platform for Ido. Thanks London Real!

Francis Remedios
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As a specialist athlete (runner), I have realized how much destruction I have caused my body to include tight hamstrings (twice torn), bad knees, and a shot nervous system from too many intervals. Really enjoyed this video, and hope to include Ido’s principles for being a better mover.

Jakob Garde
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Thanks a lot for this. The hanging thing is huge for me. Unbelievable – I can hardly hang for five seconds. After ten full breaths hanging (with the toes on the ground…) I feel like an hour of stretching. Awesome!!!

Aurelian Spodarec
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One question, how can i speed up these videos? The youtube was good, buts this one, i can’t speed up it which makes it slow for me, as i tend to listen 1.5 , sometimes x2 more speed.

The video is great and interesting btw.

Aria Zoner
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I just made this freestyle music video in response, check it out! A tribute to Ido Portal and others…https://youtu.be/B-h1iGxR60U

Daniel Eriksson
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Awesome work!

Francis Da Cruz
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You guys are amazing and inspiring, thank you for this moving conversation 😉

Alon Prag
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Thank you for this! So Interesting 🙂

Richard Canales
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thank you for this !!!! i will watch over and over and over!!!! peace to you..

Kai Kjartan Høgberg
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Wow! This is just so inspiring to watch!! This makes me a better person, mover and therapist (KMI Structural Integration). You are doing a wonderful piece of work Brian, so glad I found out about LRA. Hope I´ll get to meet you some day. Much thanks to both of you!!

Philip Martin
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Hey dudes, you’ve got a typo in the name of José Aldo. Much love.

WoonTan
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Thanks for letting us know. I’ve changed.

Orion Rising
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It´s a good day to die. Thank You.

Nassif Georges Chedrawi
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Thank you! awesome

Rochelle Bomyea
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Does Ido have a gym or seminars that we can attend to be trained by him? I’m very interested in this concept and want to become a trainer myself, maybe incorporate this ideal.

Armin Voinea
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Check him out on Facebook. You will find everything you are looking for there.

Joshua Young
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Can you add variable playback speed to the videos? I like the option to watch at 2x for efficiency and to maintain focus. Youtube and most MOOC sites have this incorporated. Thanks for the video regardless.

Mitch Tate
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That was awesome. Thanks for all this great Ido Portal content.

Eugene De Nogent
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Very nice conversation. So inspiring. Thank you very much for it. Shout outs from France.

Glen Crofskey
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Wicked – thanks heaps Brian – very inspirational – loved your moving conversation with Ido and I’m gonna keep going on my own movement journey down here in New Zealand….

Rich NJ
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Ido sounds like the nicest guy in the world , such a nice kid 🙂

Aria Zoner
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Ido was right. Brian, you have such a fancy studio but this episode (just being outside) is truly the best episode yet. The music and brief montages were epic too. Well done!

Hardy Le
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Thank you so much. Amazing conversation. Amazing interviewer. Amazing Ido. Amazing content.

Christian Becker
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I can’t thank you enough for the interview. What I would like to know is what did Ido say to the policeman 😉 If only the guy knew who he had in front of him. Would love to see his reaction when he finds out.

Klaus Weiler
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Very inspiring personalities. Great to deep-squat while watching. 😉

Teddy Mutombo
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I would love train with Ido, his methods are just beyond everything.

Kevin Hai
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Then go out and make it happen. Much more rewarding than you could ever imagine.

Vlastimil Sopuch
Member

Came here to find out more about Ido and the movement, what I got was Conor McGregor’s biography….

Eftychia Panagiotou
Member

Beautiful!

Benjamin Emerson
Member

Dope interview! Brian, credit to you man. Many thanks!

Jesus Rojas
Member

Absolutely amazing! What an episode!

Michael Amos
Member

The long format was an absolute relief. Where else can you go for this? To witness the navigation of a full, honest, generous, exchange like this reminded me of a former time, only richer -more like a documentary. Two contemporary cats, focused and mutually inspired, and humble enough to give and recieve. Killah!!! Thank you, Brian. Thank you internet. So much to offer, I’m gonna have to segment and take notes. So many big take-aways I can’t share them all. I’m a fitness trainer, and therapist (chronic pain), and this is my second exposure to Ido Portal… humbling, yes. But… Read more »

Carl Miranda
Member

We are lucky to have access to this level of information thanks to people like you, Brian. Ido is confident without arrogance, and knowledgeable without corruption. Thank you both for your work.

Mike Paritee
Member

Outstanding! Riveting.

Matias Page
Member

Magnificent! The last 4 minutes are simply transcendental. Thank you Brian and Ido!

Kaushik Ram, PhD
Member

In reverence of Ido’s humility. Beautiful to see the free flow of conversation rather than an interview. Profound in its simplicity. Thank you.

Jesse Godin
Member

Just want to say thank you for sharing this content. Authenticity is becoming a rare thing but conversations and people like this show a shining example of why we need to find it in ourselves and in those we choose to surround ourselves with. Much Gratitude!!

Aria Zoner
Member

Love the dub at the start. Created an epic vibe. Music is movement too!

Morgan Freedude
Member

Totally beautiful – the bromance in the end <3

Richard Patey
Member

Great interview & Ido is the definition of self-actualisation!

Alessandro Capraro
Member

Thank you for sharing this moving conversation , Ido is always a great inspiration for me , I hope to attend one of his seminars a day . Thanks London Real

Chris Hallaways
Member

brian you should defiantly get in contact with ido about arranging more courses in london! your defiantly the man for it

Elvis Metodiev
Member

Ido is definitely a great deal of inspiration. As always the conception that I am a big believer of “do what you love for living” is there. Great video. The takeaway is obvious – Move… constantly and in different patterns! 🙂

Thanks for this video and to everybody out there, who is hustling -> “Take Care of your Journey”

Kamil Zych
Member

I had the same situation with guard. I wonder how looked their conversation after cutting video 😉

Cesar Augusto Gomez Madrid
Member

i am inspired, thanks for this

James Colvin
Member

Another great inspiring interview, Love Idol and the message he is spreading. Thank you Brian and the team for producing this master piece.

Markus Hochwimmer
Member

Thanks Brain for putting this together so we can be a part of this and learn from Ido, such an inspirational mover!

Matthew Myers
Member

So. Freaking. Good.

George Getz
Member

I’ve been imitating Ido’s training method for animal walks and I can’t help but feel closer to my animal side. It’s amazing what kind of sensations you feel from being an animal. I love this guy and I would love to meet him someday.

Rochelle Bomyea
Member

I am inspired by Ido, I would love to get trained by him. We need more teachers that follow his philosophy!

Fan Costi
Member

I absolutely love this guy!!!! One of my goals for this year is to be move active and move a lot more and Ido is definitely a catalyst for that…he’s so inspiring and above all passionate and I am drawn to passion. Loving the outdoor interview aswell! Great work Brian. Thank you! x

Joshua D. Cooper
Member

simple, sweet truth…

Mathias Faltin Arntsen
Member

It would be really incredible if you brought Ido Portal and Timothy Shieff together. It is mentioned in other comments here, but I got to say it.
They are two of the greatest humans I know of, my biggest inspirations and mentors. I think it would be a good mix, and an awesome episode. They are preaching quite different messages at times. But still, so many simmilarities.
Anyway, thanks for the episode!

Max Kreienbaum
Member

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andy-wilkinson
Member

Very interesting concept of how to train & move in a totally different way, a new lifestyle of movement & no gym needed.

Érico Calixto
Member

Intense and insightful as always. I think I understand what Ido means with “it’s a good day to die” and to be honest I haven’t reached that point in my life yet.

Jed Wootten
Member

Thanks for making this video. I love the format and the message. Incredible.

Kimberley
Member

I found a really great website that organises his exercises/work here if anyone’s interested:
http://antranik.org/the-floreio-project/

Elia Greenberg
Member

Many thanks

Ian Owen
Guest
Ian Owen

Life changing. It really is a good day to die, thank you.

Nicki Stanton
Member
Nicki Stanton

WOW! I listened to the first 2 interviews with him sat down and kinda got it but found him hard to listen to/concentrate on because he is so intense. Watching this, some HUGE LIGHTBULBS went off. His energy is so different outside. What a blessing he is; a truly enlightened guru. Thank you so much for this interview. BRian I especially love your comment about Ice T, its not about the come up its about the come back. This was a blessing THANK YOU xxxx PS I would love to see what Ido and Tim Shieff get up to if… Read more »

Jeremy Fuertes
Member

What a great way to open up to 2016! The principles discussed are so timeless, and love the movement style conversation!

Luis Rivera, Jr.
Member

Stellar interview and depth. Very appreciative of the insight and honesty. ??

Lucky Jide Salu
Member

***** 5 Star Documentary.

Brian Rose
Admin

Thank you sir!

Elia Greenberg
Member

Agreed

casper-jorgensen
Guest
casper-jorgensen

wow. What an episode – I moved around playfully the whole time. Such an inspiration, an experience that makes you feel so alive. I am grateful for @londonrealtv team to makes this possible, keep up the good work and keep on rockin in the free world.

It surely is a good day to die!

Candi White
Member

Captivating! The “It’s a good day to die” line is fantastic motivation. Thank you @londonrealtv. Brilliant episode.

Ed Lofts
Member

Great interview! And an amazing outlook and perspective on life 🙂

marvin-reid
Member

This feels like the biggest Premier of 2016.

Pritesh Ruminate Chauhan
Member

Truly a masterful interview and beautiful wisdom from ido – look forward to seeing LR and ido evolve:) Zen

Carlos Nuñez
Member

Great interview! Had to sit in a squat and move around the entire time watching it!

Louis Thomas Perez
Member

Great moving conversation, very inspiring!

Ben Faulkner
Member

Time to change my plans for tonight to watch this.

lisa-may
Guest

This guy is *amazing*! As one who used to train in acrobatics and needs so much to move again, I’m truly experiencing goosebumps. Brian, this is a *much* better interview.

Brian Rose
Admin

Boom! The world will never be the same again…

lisa-may
Guest

I need this guy for my hip. He’s incredible.

zoransa
Member

this is only trailer episode is not up right?

Christian Thatcher
Member

Can’t wait for this!