Embrace your #weakness
It's easy to get frustrated when something holds you back. But instead of looking around the internet, thinking less of yourself because you see so many people excel at stuff you suck at, be grateful to have something you can improve on.
Think about it that way: the fastest #progress
is had at the #beginning
. Further down the road it gets harder and harder and the time investment to improve grows considerably. So if you find something you're bad at, enjoy the fact, that specific and consistent training yields results quickly.
For me #shoulder #mobility
is one of my biggest weaknesses. It limits me severely with my #handstand
progress and is a major hindrance in all kinds of situations (but really, the handstands are what's pushing me 😝). So I decided to make this a focus topic for me. Thanks to great resources like @gmbfitness @yuri_marmerstein
there's tons of helpful #exercises
. The king position of shoulder mobility for me though is the #bridge
. Fortunately the fabulous @freetheframe
had a bridge course in the pipeline and I instantly jumped on it. Four weeks in I could already see massive progress. As you can see, it's still a looooong way to go concerning #shouldermobility
, but getting into the bridge with an overhead rotation is huge. My goal is to be able to transition through the bridge in #movement
practice, as it opens so many possibilities.
So find out what limits you the most at the moment, accept it, embrace it and tackle it with focus. You'll be rewarded.