It comes and goes, sometimes strong, sometimes weak. It could be one single thought that snowballs to another, then another, and another. Good or bad, although the negative seems to have more of an impact than the positive.
My only advice, look to what motivated you yesterday, last week, last month, or when you started, when you first had these big ambitions. -
For me it's not what I see in the mirror, it's what I don't see.
It's one person @alba_moore_diaz , or two @paulrevelia , or three @laurinconlin . It's feeling like part of a team, that is moving the direction I want, or maybe even already there. -
It's your responsibility to attempt, over and over, WITH fail, WITH obstacles, WITH discomfort, WITH change.
How can we ever improve if things always stay the same? -
This wordy post is really for my stubborn butt! AND for all the amazing people in my life that motivate me on a daily basis @talktopauldotcom@arielargue
Handstand practice today I decided to try some walking up the wall. Scary but good fun.
From my reading I think the use of a wall when working towards is not always agreed to be the best thing. You become reliant on the wall and feel like you need it to complete the move. However, you can’t argue with how it will definite help you increase your strength which can translate to a free standing handstand.
Start with your toes against the bottom of the wall in a piked plank position. Move your feet up so you are straight from ankle through to head putting the weight through your shoulders. If you feel comfortable then attempt to walk your hands back and your feet up the wall. Keep a neutral spine throughout.
Would love to know your guys opinions on the exercise and any alternatives I can try to help with my handstand work.
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