Get Crulse Fit

You can learn how to turn weakness into feel-good strength in three simple steps. ~ Gary William Birmingham, USAF Disabled Veteran

1. Explore. Discover. Experience.


Explore, discover, and experience joyful movements.

  1. Explore: What are you exploring for? Weakness in your body.
  2. Discover: How will you know if you find a weakness? It feels good.
  3. Experience: What should I do when it feels good? Experience it till satisfied.

You use massage, stretching, resistance, etc., to explore.

2. Basic Crulse


  1. If it feels good, continue acting till satisfied and then move along to explore more.
  2. If you feel nothing, move along, and explore more.
  3. If you feel pain⁠—STOP! Would you please not do it?⁠ Move around the pain where it feels good.

3. Basic Crulsing Technique


  1. While exploring, be dynamic in your exploring.



    An example is, hold your shoulder, arm, and hand tense. Maintaining that tension, move the shoulder, arm, and hand to explore until you discover a weakness.



  2. While discovering, see if you can find many weaknesses simultaneously.



    An example is, pushing one hand against a wall creating resistance and holding that tension. See if you can feel good in the shoulder, leg, and other places simultaneously.


  3. While experiencing, experience the feel-good weaknesses areas by shifting around in small and more significant movements.


    An example is, pushing one hand against a wall to create resistance. Hold that tension in the shoulder or arm. Move it around where it feels good to make it feel better, and do not stop till satisfied.



  Physical Activity, Exercise and Physical Fitness


Crulsing is an everyday physical activity, not exercise. Understanding critical differences between them will help with crulsing. So as not to exercise while performing crulsing.


  1. Physical fitness is not physical activity or exercise; it is a measurable state of the body’s fitness.

  2. You cannot do exercise as a physical activity because it becomes an exercise.

  3. You can get exercise while doing physical activities, and it still is a physical activity.

  4. Physical activities do not require exercise.


Crulsing is listening to your body and taking care of it. Just like listening to your body eat, both can improve physical fitness and require no exercise.


To get the full benefits of crulsing, you never want to get into exercise mode while performing it. So below are some dos and don’ts to help guide you. 




  • Do be patient as you learn and grow.
  • Do ride the razor’s edge; do feel-good movements in succession.
  • Do be aware of your breathing. Do work on your breathing if necessary.
  • Do crulsing in a relaxed and focused state.
  • Explore as much as possible and then build from there based on what you discover.
  • Do allow yourself the freedom to make, oh my goodness, this feels good sounds while practicing.




  • Do not strain or over-exert yourself; you are not exercising.
  • Do not increase your heartbeat above everyday activities; if so, back off or rest.
  • Do not get out of breath; if so, back off or take a rest.
  • Do not get dizzy; if so, back off or take a rest.
  • Do not push it, please.
  • Do not do anything painful, please.
  • Do not overdo it, please; thank you.