Hebertism is the use of the "Natural Method" of physical education. It is based on this reasoned return to physical activity in the most natural conditions possible. It was created in the 20th century by Georges Hébert.
As long as a man supported himself in a natural environment, he could perfect his physical development by simply practicing the gestures of our species. His only guides were instinct and need.
Our modern living conditions prevent us form reaching full and harmonious development. Necessity and instinct are no longer our natural guides. To achieve this development, we now need to use a "method"