Welcome to your yoga class for upper body strength, where we’re focusing on leaning into what we “think” we can’t do.
For the longest time, I was that girl in gym class who could barely do one push up. ONE push up. I kept telling myself that I simply couldn’t do it.
I had skinny arms (oh wait, I still do…).
I didn’t have “strong upper body strength” in my genetics.
Blah blah blah.
I made up excuses when I actually just didn’t want to put in the work.
Can anyone relate here?
And what do you think finally happened once I started to work on what I was “bad” at? I got stronger.
All of the sudden, I was able to do 20 pushups in a row.
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Why? Because I just kept moving forward. I stopped telling myself I was bad at something.
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I decided that I couldn’t do something YET. I decided to simply move in the direction I wanted to go.
Always tell yourself that you’re capable. You can always know your strength while working on a better you.
Over to you! What are you currently working on? Leave your comments below.