The first thing is to remember who you are or who you want to become. Hopefully you should know exactly what and/or who this is and have it written down – some would even recommend carrying that piece of paper around with you along with your personal goals so you always know what you are aspiring to (these goals can and will change so just make sure that you revise and update them regularly)
When you have remembered what you do and who you want to become gat back on working
Supplementary training for dancers is a big thing and is becoming more and more important to support modern choreography and performances demands. Because of this people think ‘gym’. I will go to the gym and that will make me harder, better, faster, stronger - They get in to the gym and it is a totally different world compared to the studio or stage. More often than not people don’t use the gym as well as they could to support their technical and aesthetic movement training.