“Empathy fuels connection. Sympathy drives disconnection.” – Brene Brown
Sympathy is feeling “sorry” for someone. And although these intentions often come from a good place, it actually further isolates the individual. It creates a deeper divide.
Empathy, on the other hand, is free of judgment. It’s being an sincere listener, present for the individual in relation… but not “diagnosis”. Instead of being there to fix you, it’s being there with you.
Rarely can a response make something better. What can make something better, is connection.
30 sec – 3 Rnds
- Pushup to Down Dog
- Air squat to wall Ball (Bum to ball/Plate and ball)
Wrist Stretch: 3o sec Forward/Backward
Couch Stretch: 30 sec Seconds Each Side
Pigeon Pose: 30 Sec Each Side
- Hollow Hold 2 x 20sec
- Broomstick Hold 2 x 20sec
- Feet high on wall Hold 2 x 20sec
- Feet low on wall Hold 2 x 20sec
- Back to wall Hold 2 x 20sec
- Freestand hold
“Upper Crust” -For Time
8 Air Squats
12/8 Calorie Assault Bike
- 20min cap