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Retirement

Thank you! πŸ’›πŸ’™

UCLA gymnastics head coach Valorie Kondos Field, who has led the Bruins to all seven of their NCAA Championships, will retire from her head coaching position following the 2019 season. Kondos Field will enter her 29th and final year as head coach and 37th year on the UCLA coaching staff. She began her coaching career as an assistant coach and choreographer in 1983 and became …

Dream

Pursuing… Great. Big. Dreams.

Okay new game: Think of the one thing you would love to be GREAT at that you actually have a wee bit of talent in. Now… imagine the Universe tells you that if you put in the effort starting today, you will be the best in the world at that thing. What would you do differently today if you knew, without question, that you would …

Jump Jive & Thrive

Please Hold…

I am honored and excited to work on the television special “Jump Jive & Thrive,” honoring cancer survivors and Thrivers. The live show is taping in Pauley Pavilion this upcoming Sunday, Oct. 8th at 6 pm. I hope you can join us! Get more information and tickets here: www.jumpjiveandthrive.com. Our regular musing programming will resume Mon. Oct 9.

58-Day Challenge: Complete!

58-Day Challenge: Complete!

YAY! I did it! My 58 Day Challenge has come to a close. As a reminder, I started my journey following in the footsteps of fellow coach and dear friend Randy Lane and his 50-mile run for his 50th birthday. Inspired by Randy, I challenged myself to do some sort of exercise each of the 58 days leading up to my 58th birthday. It has …

Rock Star

Own Your Inner Rock Star

I have choreographed shows for SeaWorld’s summer Cirque-style attractions for 27 years. Each year we hire about 30 performers, a third of which are “newbies;” those who have never performed or had formal gymnastics or acrobat training. I have to admit, I have a blast coaching them up like they’re Olympic athletes. I am relentless with them with EVERYTHING: technique, form, movement quality, musicality, teaching …