My #FitCrushFriday goes to Tom Hardy as Bane. The character & his backstory is a powerful one. Not to mention Tom Hardy is often cast in roles where he has to be in the best physical shape possible. His mental & physical discipline is so inspiring to me.
Lately I’ve been really into Scorpian handstands. I’m starting to get a deeper bend in my back & I’m really excited about my progress. Hopefully soon I’ll be able to get my feet to my head. Work & progress!
Finally put my certifications up! Daily reminder of what I’ve worked hard for. ♡
Cool! Bethany shared her post:
Guess who’s back, back again…
Long time no log in! Hi! How is everyone?
Life has been a bit crazy since moving to & settling into California. I think I’m finally starting to adjusting & get the hang of things here though.
I finally got a job that I have to go sign papers for in a few days! I got hired on as part of the newly opened South bay Coast Fitness team. Getting started working as a smoothie/juicing barista + compensation + tips + free gym access + training clients on the side. The new owner just replaced LA fitness with this gym & spent a couple million getting it renovated & set up. I have a feeling this is going to open up a lot of new opportunities for me. Beyond excited.
On top of that, I’m finally a certified personal trainer & nutritionist!
I hope everyone has been well!
"CHANGE YOUR FOCUS BY CHANGING THE QUESTIONS YOU ASK YOURSELF
Your brain focuses through questions. If you want to feel empowered, ask empowering questions. Instead of asking crappy questions like, “Why am I not good enough?” or “Why does this always happen to me?” Ask, “How would I feel if I was certain that I was good enough? How would I think? How would I walk around? What would I do differently? What would I do better?” Instead of asking, “Why do I have to do this? This sucks. This isn’t fun.” Ask yourself, “How can I make this more fun? How can I make this more enjoyable?” "
Which form of distorted thinking do you use the most often?