Inner Craving!

Inner Cravings!

You crave progress

You crave to get to where we want to be

You crave to have the body you want

You crave to be pain-free

You crave to feel even more confident in your body

You crave to feel free in your body

You sit with those cravings for so long that your cravings become something far-fetched.

Something that causes you more pain than a direction to move towards

Something that you may feel threatened by and another reason to be disappointed in yourself

You may take a couple of steps towards what you desire, but they don’t work out the way you wanted because so many of us don’t get what we desire on the first tries.

Sometimes your cravings need a new level of you to come to fruition.

Sometimes the next level of you requires a new level of commitment, the one that says, ” I show up no matter what it takes and how long it takes.”

Sometimes the next level of you requires the willingness to invest in yourself like you never did before, whether it be time, money, or resources.

Sometimes the next level of you requires unshakable faith in yourself, your path, and your abilities.

Sometimes the next level of you requires a bigger vision for your life and the lives of generations after you, which may bring chills to your spine, put everything in perspective when you are going through a rough patch, and set your priorities when you feel lost.

What is the craving that you want to fulfill? What is this next level requires of you?

PS-If building strength and mobility are one of your inner cravings, check out our online studio for a week using the code “7DAYTRIAL”.

Hedi Shah Movement Specialist . Trauma-informed PT . Heart Resonance Therapist

jumpwellnesscoaching.com

“It’s not only about moving your body; it’s about connecting to your body when you move.”

Build Upper Back Strength

How to build strong upper back? (Part 1)

One of the popular exercises that we see on back strength is back row, which is a great one, but it only is effective if you have these three pre-requisites:

1/Have a sense of awareness of your upper back; if you don’t have it, you could potentially do the whole back row exercises designed for upper back strength, using your shoulders. 

To improve your upper back awareness, try this.

2/ Posture, posture, posture! If you have a rounded back, stiff chest, and too much tension on your neck, you wouldn’t be able to benefit from the back row exercises. If I were you, I would focus on your posture first. 

Try this to release tension in your upper back, and improve your overall posture:

3/Scapula Control. You won’t have a solid upper back if you don’t know how to move and control your scapula. In this video, I show you how to take your upper body strength to the next level by incorporating scapula mobility and strength. 

Give these movements a try, and let me know how stronger you feel in your upper back. If you’d like to incorporate a more regular movement routine to your life, check out our online studio for a week using the code “7DAYTRIAL”.

Hedi Shah Movement Specialist . Trauma-informed PT . Heart Resonance Therapist

jumpwellnesscoaching.com

“It’s not only about moving your body; it’s about connecting to your body when you move.”

Desk Dweller’S Mobility Routine

Many of us continue working from home, go from one meeting to another without moving our butt an inch, no more walk to our favorite cafe near the office, or chatting with our colleagues in the hallway, our body gradually began molding into the shape of our office chair 😅⁠ These gentle movements can change the game for you.

She Did It, You Can Do It Too 💪🏻

Hi JUMPer,

I don’t post before after photos of my clients on socials because:

Everyone’s journey is different and unique to their bodies needs, I don’t want you to believe your progress has to look a certain way

I don’t want to come across as a weight loss coach, because I don’t believe in the traditional weight-loss culture at all
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