The moment someone slapped shoes on your feet, you began to make compensations.
When you carry something heavy, you compensate (usually by jutting your hips out).
When you get injured, you compensate.
When you carry stress or tension, your body absorbs it, and compensates.
Over time these compensations build up and often become habits, or as I like to call them “issues”.
Everyone has movement issues. Everyone.
What are yours?
Know your issues. Embrace them.
When you do that, you’re one step closer to letting it go.
Move more, not less.
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