It's been a little while!

To say it’s been a strange few years would be an understatement…

I haven’t been in the best position to make videos or write articles here for a while, so I wanted to do a quick update on what’s going on and hopefully coming up.  

First, a quick thanks for stopping by and for the supportive comments and messages. I’ve not always been able to reply, but they mean a lot.  

My end, I’ve been doing my best to manage and recover from some health stuff. 

Some of you may know that I had some underlying things going on which then morphed with long-covid, other infections and mental health challenges. Mix the ingredients together and cook on high for a clusterfuck of pain and misery. Wasn’t too fun to be honest!

I was bedbound for a while, and as many of you will have experienced since the start of the pandemic, being isolated and incapacitated for an extended time period isn’t ideal for the old noggin or the body. It’s the most difficult thing I’ve done in fact, but it forced me to dig deep and taught me a lot more about myself. 

Although I’m not quite where I’d like to be yet, I have made some improvements here and there and I’m putting in the work to get back towards a semblance or normality (whatever that is).  

With that in mind, my aim is to have a go at making and sharing things soon. 

I’m not sure exactly what it will look like yet or when it will be. But I’m going to test the waters.

As you might expect, the health stuff changed a lot about my physical movement practice, so I won’t be jumping back in with anything too crazy. 

But I have had a lot of time to ponder and reflect on movement, mobility, rope flow, endurance and the like.

At some point, I’m also going to document parts of my rebuilding process and things I’ve learned around chronic pain and emotional wellbeing. 

I certainly don’t have it all figured out, but I’d like to share some of the practices and tools that I’ve thrown myself into to help deal with adversities and move toward a healthier place. It won’t be for everyone, but I hope it helps whoever might need it.

So that’s my update!

Again, I hope wherever you are, things are as well as can be and that you are safe, healthy and content as possible. 

I’ll leave you with a few pictures of the beach from the last year because I like the beach and you might too.


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Luke Jones

Luke Jones is a Movement Coach, Wellness Enthusiast, Online Content Creator, and Founder of HERO Movement. Through articles, videos, courses, and online coaching, his big goal is to help people discover freedom of movement and create lives filled with well-being & adventure.

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  1. Welcome back Luke. I am looking forward to seeing what you will be doing, your help and advice have always been invaluable to me.

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