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Dealing with the unforeseen, that is, injuries - part 2

Daniel Crisp

Continued from part 1...

Daily, I had been stressing about performing particular tumbles, or about executing certain skills. That had instantly been replaced by not being able to perform at all, and now I was stressing about the inability to take off my own shirt, clean my teeth or sleep on my side. It really made me realise just how fantastic life really is, or had been.

What had become one of the greatest unassuming weeks ever, had quickly turned into one of the greatest, life ridiculing, and almighty metaphorical kick in the nuts. Ever.


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