Always compare your progress with your own, not with someone else's!
The 📸 on the left is taken 2 months ago. At that time, I was very proud of my (banana shaped) handstand. The 📸 on the right is taken this week. I now know that I am looking ahead at years of work improving my overall handstand alignment, transitions, 🤸♂️ on paralel bars, rings, 1 arm handstands, HSPU, looooong holds, etc, etc... etc 😄
The highest reward so far? Discovering some amazing people, especially the last couple of months, and learning from them 🤓 I stick to my rule: I do not compare my progress with someone else's. Instead, I keep on being inspired, humbled and motivated by the masters of the handstand.
So who are my heroes? 🏆
@sjobidoo @yuri_marmerstein @sidpaulson1 @kyleweiger @handstanddiary
Feel free to follow them and get inspired by their handstand mastery and teachings. They truly stand for what Maya Angelou once said: "when you learn, teach. When you get, give". I'm moving into the next chapter of my handstand journey: "falling deeper inlove" with the upside-down 🗺
Have you found the higher expression of yourself? What do you need to tap into it? What will drive you towards achieving it? Who will motivate you along the way? Is there anything I can do to help? 🙏🏻