Movement as a paradigm is still incomplete without nature.
Or bodies and our capacity did not evolve for flat surfaces, or simplified tools like barbells or even rings.
We are meant to move over terrain, to move diverse objects, to move in coordination or competition with other living things.
Being a mover might give you patterns and attributes, but can you express them in broad contexts?
Is your skin robust to sun, wind, rain, snow and sand? Can you swim in cold water, can you sprint sand, scree, or wet mossy rocks? Can your crawls solve passing under fallen logs or moving through dense tree branches? Can your jumping, and swinging, patterns deal with the pitch and sway of tree limbs?
Go play outside.