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Did you make any New Years resolutions this year?

With the kick-in-the-guts that was 2020 you might be feeling unsure of what this year may hold for you, your family, your job, your life, let alone your aerial practice.

Here at Womack and Bowman we are usually super eager about our epic plans and goals fo the new year specifically in our aerial practice and business.

This year though we are taking time to reflect and focus on smaller, personal goals, particularly as they relate to our health and the health of our families.

Brett is currently working through a niggling shoulder injury (physical therapy is helping) and Rachel is continuing to navigate the challenges of being a working mum to a toddler (what is sleep again?!).

That being said, we do have couple of aerial specific goals for 2021 (we couldn’t help ourselves!):

Rachel:

  • Achieve multiple Windmill Rollups
  • Bring my Reverse Meathook Back (it went away in 2020 🙁 )
  • Work on dislocates (scary for me as I don’t have a gymnastics background)
  • Create fun new sequences for our membership site Silks Stars

Brett:

  • Continue to strengthen hips, back and shoulders with daily Theraband exercises 
  • Create innovative sequences for Silks Stars
  • Once my shoulder is healed bring back my solo silks act (and our duo) and perform again!

Now that we’ve told you, guess we will have to make these goals happen (funny how accountability works!)

If you have yet to make any aerial specific goals for 2021, we encourage you to take a few minutes and do this this week before the freshness of the year is dulled and distractions creep in.

They don’t have to be big, just make ‘em smart:

SMART goals. This acronym stands for:

  • Specific: There should be no room for misinterpretation.
  • Measurable: Plan how to track your results objectively.
  • Achievable: Set realistic New Year’s resolutions.
  • Relevant: Ensure your New Year’s goal aligns with who you want to be.
  • Time-bound: Set deadlines for each part of the process needed to achieve your goal.

Once you have your goals in place, tell a friend or two OR if you are up for it, your social media following (more people = more accountability and motivation to take action).

You can use the SMART strategy for successful goal setting in any area of your life.

“Far away there in the sunshine are my highest aspirations. I may not reach them, but I can look up and see their beauty, believe in them, and try to follow where they lead.” ― Louisa May Alcott

We hope you follow the beauty of your own dreams this year, believe in them and in yourself.

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