Some of you may have already had the pleasure of taking her classes, but the rest of you bees, meet Coach Kayci Decker!
Coach Kayci is a local Orange County Bee. She played water polo and swam competitively in high school, and in recent years has devoted her energy to practicing yoga and training for half marathons. 👏🏼 While taking classes at WellBeeSpin herself, she couldn’t help but fall in love with indoor cycling! To know her is to know, this Coach is super brave. She practiced and created rides, and put in the time to learn everything there is to learn about indoor cycling, determined to audition and teach her rides ASAP. Joining the WellBee Team was definitely her fate. Her pursuit for mental, spiritual, and physical health all push her to be the best coach she can be. Expect super fun and playful tracks in her rides, but know you’ll be working hard and BEEEE ready to sweat!
And as this wasn’t enough already, this Coach is currently putting in hundreds of hours towards a yoga certification. So stay tuned for Coach Kayci’s yoga classes! 🙏🏼 #beestrong#strongwomen#coachella
ALTER! Das motiviert mich direkt mal wieder so richtig. Der Rücken wird #shreded Wenn ich jetzt noch richtig posen könnte... 😅 Hatte heute so gar keine Lust auf training aber einfach durchgezogen! #dontquit
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APRIL 4th, 2018 is a day I will never forget. That was the day we ‘lost’ my brother. Almost. And by almost I mean he flatlined for 5 minutes due to Diabetic Kètõ Acidosis and Sepsis. They revived him and told my husband and I that he only had a few hours to live. 🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏. Per his kidney specialist, “it would take a miracle for him to survive”. Now while it appeared that was where is story would be ENDING, we didn’t realize at that moment, that it was really where it was BEGINNING. Prior to That day, mike had been battling an autonomic system dysfunction that left him very ill on/off and on permanent disability for the last 23 years-since he was in his early 20’s. Doctors made Mike believe that being sick, with no chance of cure, was the hand he was dealt. Looking back it drove me CRAZY because I felt there had to be someone/somewhere that would find a way to make him better. Instead they coached him to “ACCEPT” that this was his life and it would be better for him emotionally/physically/mentally to do so. As a teenager, I didn’t believe there were many people stronger than my big bro. I wanted that guy back. The brother I knew before being sick. But Over the years he lost his WILL to fight it, rightfully so. He was tired. So as they had coached him, he “ACCEPTED” that this was his life.
And now we are here. After flatlining, 8 weeks in hospital, learning how to manage his newly diagnosed diabetes, weeks of therapy to walk again, and still continuing to heal from Strep wounds, he has his WILL again!! There are still tough days, but he is working on it. The only way our family could make sense of all this tragedy was that this was how the “ACCEPTANCE” ended.
In 2 weeks Mike is starting my next Online accountability group. He needs his therapy anyways🤷🏽♀️, so is committing to this group and I couldn’t be more thrilled! A little nervous too honestly. It’ll be hard, especially since he will still have a wound vac stuck to his behind😬(helping his strep wound to heal), but it sure can not be harder than what he’s already endured. NO WAY! Luckily there are options😉Please cheer him on! ❤️ you Mike! @joelfreemanfitness#miracle
You can’t expect to break new ground&the enemy not come for you. Surround yourself w/leaders that are praying, tough&will go into battle w/& for you in the trenches!We are coming out on the other side & like shadrach meshach & abednego won’t even smell like smoke coming out of fiery trials! God WILL make it happen!Don’t quit!
Change is hard, ridiculously hard.
Unless you have some extremely life changing experience to propel you out of the circumstances you’re in then change can sometimes seem impossible. This is currently what I’m going through right now, I’m finding it extremely difficult to move myself out of the shit and into the good, why? Because the shit is actually pretty comforting, it’s what I’m used to and it’s what part of me feels I deserve.
Trying to change into a better person threatens my own identity and it goes against the story of me that I’ve been telling myself for years. My understanding of the brain is that it doesn’t give a fuck about your hopes and dreams, it just wants to survive and you’ve survived all this time now so why is there any need to change?
I feel like the only way to transform into the person you want to be is to believe you are better than the bullshit version of yourself that you’ve bought into. If you believe you can change then you will and if you believe you won’t change then you won’t. That part is simple, now it’s time to work on a better you not just dream about it.
A little mid day motivation for ya 👊🏻
Whatever it is you’re working towards, keep going! And feel free to let us know what that thing is so we can cheer you on!
As of Monday, we were officially done with the job that Danny has had and loved for the past 12 years. It’s good/sad/everything in between. Now it’s time for us to tackle a new season of life together and that feels pretty overwhelming. But, we won’t quit. We’ll walk in faith knowing that there’s a plan and a perfect Provider.
Truth Tuesday!!!!!! YOUR LIFE IS ONE BIG STORY.
They are all part of the setup for your "Success Story". You know that part in every movie where the guy who got his ass kicked over & over & over FINALLY gets to throw his arms in sky in VICTORY! Inspiring everyone he ever comes in contact with for the rest of his life!
Thats you! ...or it could be.
No...IT SHOULD BE.
Understand this concept...Newtons 3rd Law: for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction.
This law is so true in the physical sense, emotional sense & spiritual sense.
In other words for every overwhelming challenge you face you come out the other side just a little bit stronger than you went in.
Eventually, after you've gone through enough challenges, hardships & punches to the face you become a force to recon with where NOTHING CAN & WILL STOP YOU...EVER! ...but you have to be willing to endure the all the sh!t which is... The resistance.
The relentless punches in the face & kicks when you're down.
Success in anything is far more about grit & determination & endurance than anything else.
What are you willing to endure???? Remember: the ones who go through it are the ones who become it.
Progress is progress no matter how small 💪🏼
If you’ve followed my journey over the last few months you probably know by now I’ve had A LOT of ups & downs. From failed bulks and kidneys stones to birth control implants wreaking havoc and so much more. It’s been a pretty draining last few months. And it’s not over yet I have surgery next month and I’ll be out of the gym for 2-4 weeks.
BUT through out all of the ups and the downs I’ve never stopped, never given up & never settled. Fitness is a journey not a sprint. Sometimes we have to fall 7xs to get up 8.
I know after my surgery I will come back with vengeance yet again. 🖤
We spend a lot of time waiting and hoping for the ‘big’ things to happen— your big break, your dream job, or owning your own business. But the big things don’t just happen… they’re the result of the work that YOU have to do every single day. You can have all of the things you want. It’s simple, but it’s not easy. You just have to put in the work to build it step by step.
What are the little steps you can take today to get closer to your next big moment?
Are you laying in bed right now dreading getting up and going to a job you HATE? This video is for you. -
If you're frustrated with where you are right now because where you want to be feels really far away, know this:
Whatever it is that you're doing right now–no matter how much you hate it–is leading to the thing that you dream of doing (if you allow it).
In this video, let me explain to you how you can milk your current job for all of the possible knowledge, experience, and learning opportunities–and use it to launch yourself into the career of your dreams.
10 years ago, I wasn't the most-booked female speaker in the world. I was far from it. But I was honing my skills, learning, trying and failing, and gaining important experiences that have gotten me to where I am today. -
What skills are you building? Let me know in the comments below.