No more Mr. Adorable! 😦 But also no more adductor injury! #physiotherapy
I have written about thigh envy before. Yesterday, I got to touch the thigh of a professional dancer and circus artist and oh boy. I better start from the beginning. Yesterday, we went to see an amazing varieté show at our local theatre. Hosted by renowned Swiss comedy and cabaret artist duo, Ursus & Nadeschkin, … Continue reading Palpable Thigh Envy
My physiotherapy with Mr. Adorable is drawing to an end. Yesterday was the second-to-last time and he continued teaching me what I need to know to continue exercising and avoiding injury by myself. I opted out of the pistol squats because my infamous, irresponsibly self-diagnosed knee pain was rearing its ugly head again. To be … Continue reading Trolled By My Therapist!
...for their revenge will be swift and merciless. (This should be obvious, but apparently, I'm a masochist.) Mr. Adorable and one of his colleagues, the one of pas-de-chat fame, got a bit bored today. I was doing my exercises facing the mirror, when suddenly, the two guys materialised in the gym behind me and proceeded to loiter. … Continue reading Do Not Taunt Physiotherapists
I have been terrible about posting this week, so let me catch up really quickly. On Tuesday, I got a high five from Mr. Adorable for having successfully attended all my dance classes with hardly any complaints from the adductors. I only noticed them a tiny bit in ballet when Amy had us do super-fast … Continue reading A High Five And Some Good News
As of this week, I've got my work cut out for me: modern on Monday, physiotherapy on Tuesday, jazz on Wednesday, ballet on Thursday and modern contemporary on Friday. Mercifully, Beans couldn't find a sub for this Friday's class, so I only have to survive jazz and ballet, both for the first time after the … Continue reading I Am Not Viking Enough 😦
I have encountered a minor setback on my way back to a full dance schedule: I have managed to damage my adductors on the other side. It was probably the Copenhagen adduction that did it. It's fairly painful, but still appears to be just a minor strain and not a tear, since it materialized slowly … Continue reading Minor Setback