"I move because it is my time of the day where I can check out for some alone time, think of what I am grateful for and get some inspiration to help my clients. I also like to remind myself that going for a Sunday hike, taking a spin class and playing golf was almost not possible after a horse riding accident I had when I was 17. Luckily, I can walk unlike others that have had the same accident who are now paralysed, so I am really grateful for being able to move."
"I move to be happy. When I need to distress, I hit the gym. When I need to zone out, I go for a run. When I need to escape reality, or simple escape the noise and negativity of the big city, I love more then anything to find a high peak, hidden from population, high enough to see as far as the eye can see, and challenging enough to feel empowered to reach the peak. I enjoy many aspects of fitness, but I enjoy the ability to move, and reach areas that otherwise I couldn't.
"People tell me they can't dance and they can't sing. Everyone can. They might stink at it, but you gotta be able to keep moving!"
"You go for a walk, not to get from point A to point B but just because you want to feel the warm sun on your skin and enjoy fresh air."
"Conducting can be very physically, mentally, even spiritually demanding. Because I conduct many hours each week, I developed a technique to convey intensity without overtaxing my body. One must be mindful of efficient movement, especially when conducting very long works such as opera, or during weeks with multiple engagements, so as not to foster fatigue. When I began conducting, this did not come naturally to me; experience has taught me — just like an athlete — to make efficient and meaningful use of every movement."
"I've always been really active. I like to work out to feel better about myself...It's all about feeling good about my body and being confident at work." "
"I have a soul that dances like Tina Turner, but my body can't."
Inspiration comes in many forms. Do what you can do, even if it isn't exactly as Tina Turner does.