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How Did I Get This Injury?

Posted by GwenLawrence on Jan 28, 2010 7:27:39 AM

Why do we feel so shocked when an injury occurs???  Our body sends signals everyday all day as to how it is feeling and signs of potential injuries.  It is your job to take responsibility.  Taking responsibility seems to be old fashoned in this new world of technology and reduced privacy.  denial denial denial...........take some time to feel what is going on in your body mind heart and best judgement! EVERYDAY and perhaps you can sideline and injury before it happens. From Professional athletes to soccer moms this is a great way to live, with awareness and pride.

Nothing is that elusive or mysterious to just sneak attach us, it is our choice to be aware and make the best choices we can.  Whether it is diet choices, job choices, stress choices,or relationship choices, our gut always tells the truth.  Be present and feel.  You may even argue "well, somepeople dont have choices about stress in our lives"  that may be true, but it is my belief and mindset that you can do everything you can to reduce the effects, like DIET choices, eat clean smart and healthy and you will be surprised at how much easier it is to settle the problem or deal with the situation feeling good with adequate rest.

assess your situation, SEE............take responsibility

breathe..............stay calm..........set goals

seek help..............realize the truth

deligate.............stay calm in an uncomfortable situation

talk it out..........don't judge..........identify and remove your obstacle

look feel and hear.to the clues you are given everyday!...............

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GwenLawrence

GwenLawrence

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Gwen Lawrence - Celebrity Yoga Coach, wife and mother of 3 boys; clients include NY Giants, Yankees, Knicks, Rangers and Redbulls. She has made appearances on national TV & writings in popular magazines. www.poweryogaforsports.com, www.yogawithgwen.com

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