In 2019, You define training. We’re just here to inspire.
Kristine Bendul for Training for Broadway 2019.
“We can think of training as part of a process we have been through or are about to go through to prepare ourselves for an upcoming event or situation. This is however, just one facet of the potential of the word. Training is not just a verb or an action. It is also state of being. Training is not only what we have learned and studied. It is an ongoing practice, a choice, a habit or a way of life in order to continually be as immersed and present as possible in our crafts and in our every day living. Training is waking up that 30 minutes or an hour earlier than we like to in order to do our daily meditation or prepare our first meal of the day or to do our daily work out whether that means going to yoga, dance class, lifting weights, doing Pilates, running, swimming or the like. You get my drift. Training becomes awareness. What we do with our bodies, what we put into our bodies. The words that come out of our mouths. Are they hurting or helping? Training is the ongoing process of learning which is infinite. We may never know or learn all there is to, but why let that stop us from trying? Why let that stop us from training?” – Kristine Bendul
Kristine was the first featured Broadway performer on Fit for Broadway in 2014.
Photo by Jane Jourdan