Putting Up With It

I cannot remember how long ago I last blogged.  I was experiencing problems with my website only to be told it was time to update to a new platform. Three months later we now have a new website and I can start blogging again.  Let the blogging begin:Crutches

There will be times we might sustain injuries, some minor or some serious, and we might believe that absolute rest is necessary.  Whilst this might be true for particular injuries, there are many situations where injuries can be managed during training. This is not only good for putting some normality in a person’s life but may give them a boost of confidence and down grading self pity which are important ingredients for a successful and speedy recovery.

All it takes is a positive approach and letting the instructor know what you can or can’t do; this is the part a student might find difficult doing but there is nothing to worry about.  Many instructors, however, admire the student who is so keen to ‘stay with it’ and they are the ones who recover much quicker. This way the timeline does not get broken. It’s just something to think about if anything should happen to us.