The Weakest One
It seems to you that at the trainings sessions of all your colleagues everything works out fine, while yours are a failure.
All your efforts look absurd to you, and the efforts ridiculous.
Do you consider yourself the weakest student in the group?
Stop comparing your level of professionalism with that of your colleagues and give up measuring your capabilities against those of others.
At the training session think of nothing but training, its techniques and elements.
Comparing yourself against other people is like comparing the incomparable, for instance, trying to determine which fruit is better, an apple or a mango? A pear or a pineapple? They grow in different countries; have different size, shape and other properties. It’s the same in life.
Different students have a different training record, different experience in sports and dances, different health, training mode, endurance, speed of learning.
These are just a few factors that determine the student’s pole dance performance.
The only one against whom you can compare yourself is you.
It doesn’t matter if you are weaker than somebody in your group.
What matters is that today you are stronger than yesterday.
Train at your normal rate. Remember that progress moves in leaps.
If you don’t do well today, you may remarkably succeed in a month’s time and even smile at what used to be difficult for you a little while ago.