Fix the chain

Everyone is strong at something. You could be very good in one or two things but we are all lacking in some attributes. Our minds, bodies and hearts are interconected and each affects the other and the same goes for our small groups of families, workplaces and societies.

Lets take the body as an example. At any given moment we are stronger in some directions than others. We can pull more than we can push or we are stronger in one angle and unable to move in another.

Consider appproaching the movements and skills you are less sure of or less comfortable with first so you are filling and fixing the chain. This will strenthen not only the weaker movements but also give a fuller and stronger base for the stronger more comfortable skills and everything will grow better.


  1. Body – You can do many push ups but not one pull up. There is an imbalance in your push and pull ratio so you work on pulling in angles and in steps and suddenly pains and discomforts disapear. 🙂
  2. Mindset – You can perform well in comfortable easy settings. You roll well on mats but have never moved on stonr or metal. Slowly and safely experiment moving outside and in urban surfaces and you will learn a whole new way of movement and a lot better at both.
  3. Heart – You can perform your tasks well. You go throguh your day as a machine and suddenly an unknown happen. You tire is deflated in a barren parking lot, someone is asking for help and you don’t know what to do and so on. Add a bit of unknown to your life by allowing the presense of the unknown into your awareness and by meeting people and learning new things. Let yourself honestly experience the unknown and emotion and your heart will grow bigger and stronger.


Enjoy the work and enjoy its ftuits.

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Sharon Friedman

Student and teacher of movement and Martial art. Husband and Father. I can rebuild you, I have the technology :)