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Brian Johnson  Ido Portal Method Student + Founder/Teacher @ The Movement Standard

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Each day a new day. The journey continues. 🐱

Strengthening strengths.

Finding a few bits of rust in the ole chain, giddy up! 🐴

Working on bridging few pieces, trying to stay out of my own way, thinking slows me a few times. It's never clean before it's clean, this is the process.

Exploring the spectrum between rigidity and flexibility. Knowing how, when, where to access both at varying degrees is what creates freedom and possibilities.

Obsessing over a game of inches, but details really do matter. Learning to love and enjoy the process.

Don't brush off a new skill simply because it's difficult on first attempt, this is where the gold is! My wall dribble a month ago was barely anything, I was only able to connect a few solid bumps. Now I'm up to 50! Still need a little footwork but it will come.
Many wonder, why dribble the ball on the wall in the first place? Well it's the new bicep curl of course! Seriously though it's easy to miss the target looking at the tip of the arrow. So much goodness here but for me the benefit is in process, learning how to break down a skill, because it's something that is transferable to any other pattern or learning in life. Of course there's footwork, timing, reaction...blah blah blah. These benefits just happen, and are lovely, but not the sole motivation for the practice. This is the real way to developing longevity and motivation of practice regardless of outcome.

Finding new connections to not so new patterns.

Each day of practice I take a slight detour after the work has been done just to see. Slowly inching toward a consistent 5 seconds on each side, continuing to trust the process.

PLAY.

Planche three ways: full (attempt), straddle with thumb support, straddle. Being mindful of the stress on the wrists has been an important part of my learning and developing this pattern, slowly aiming to increase wrist extension along the way without sacrificing the need to be on them as often as I am.

Seconds lead to minutes lead to hours lead to days lead to weeks lead to years which ultimately lead to NOW. Holds not consistently there but line is beginning to look like a one arm handstand. Slow and steady...

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