💪🏽I CAN💪🏽 My beautiful friend @donnaleehanks gave me this affirmation... 🌟I can 🌟I will 🌟I do 🌟I am Each day we set ourselves goals to achieve, but sometimes the saying “I’ll start next Monday” kicks in! Remember once you overcome the hard part of “starting” the rest becomes second nature. Never give up! #goldfieldsdancer
Have you ever practiced doodling on a white board? . . When doodling I find it’s really great to have a record of what I have done- however using a white board is a quick easy and efficient way to practice a certain skill. . Developing muscle memory is crucial for success. Learning how to form the shapes is another important factor in getting it. Go and try the white board and let me know what you think and if you want some brownie points take a pic and share it.
Throwback to 2015 when I attended the Success Principles Workshop by Jack Canfield in London. A great weekend full of information, inspiration and meeting very interesting people. Jack Canfield’s 1st Success Principle is to take 100% responsibility for our lives and our results. He states that Events+ Response = Outcome He highlights that we have control over 3 responses which then affect the outcome, making us fully responsible of what we create in our lives. The 3 responses are ➡️Our behaviour and actions ➡️Our thoughts and beliefs ➡️Our visual imagery It is not easy to consistently follow this principle but practicing it daily, reframing our minds, reflecting on the challenging situations can help us achieve accountability and responsibility #responsibility#accountability#personalcoach#reflection#businesssuccess#inspiration#successprinciples#empower#inspire#practicemakesperfect
Stories from the past: everyone rehearsing for the 2012 JRP Showcase! Can you guess our 2019 showcase theme? Hint: It’s related to #throwbackthursday! #jrpsummerdestination Confidence takes you places!
I love press ups! ❤️ When done correctly this movement produces strong shoulders, triceps and pectoral muscles. They also work your abdominals, glutes, and quad muscles whilst effectively teaching you to brace your core, which transfers over to almost all other exercises . The strength you build in a press up transfers over to activities in real life; think of pushing open a heavy door, a shopping cart, your child in a swing, and even pushing a broken down car . Not everyone can support their full body weight at first, and that’s okay! These progressions will help lighten the load so you can effectively develop your upper body strength and master the technique . Tabletop press up: Start on your hands and knees. With your arms straight, your shoulders should be over wrists and hips over knees. Bend your elbows and lower your upper body slowly to the ground. When your chest reaches the floor, press up with your arms and return to the starting position . For the incline press up, find a sturdy bench, chair or other elevated surface. The higher it is, the easier the movement (and vice versa). In both the incline press up and the kneeling press up start with your hands placed roughly shoulder-width apart and elbows slightly tucked in. Keep your knees and feet close together, feet can be in the air or on resting on the floor. Keep your core and glutes contracted. Look to maintain a straight line from your knees up to your head, avoid shrugging your shoulders, and make sure you keep your head and neck in line with your back. Don’t relax the muscles on the back of your neck allowing your head tilt forward . Once you’ve mastered these levels try the incline press up with your legs extended. This will get you used to moving your entire bodyweight. Use a wider stance at first to help ease you into the movement . As a beginner you’ll benefit greatly from higher reps of the more basic press up variations in order to perfect your form, build a solid foundation of
Dance is something I love doing. I haven’t been to dance class in awhile, let alone taken a heels 👠 dance class! This class was a lot of fun! If you want a good laugh, look at my facials! #ineedtolearntosmilemore choreographer: @emily_akiko Emily, I loved the class! Looking forward to setting up a private in the near future!! **** I need more friends to tag along #practicemakesperfect#dancelife#heels#dance#dancer