For me, it's going to be about learning how to adapt.
I fell off the wagon due to an injured hand in October. I got frustrated at not being able to do the workouts I wanted, and just stopped working out (I stopped the wii entirely too due to my hand), even dropping the things I could still do. After 8 weeks of rehab and appointments with the PA (who insisted that it was healing when I knew and told her it wasn't), another PA finally ordered an MRI, which revealed that the ligament was torn and needed surgery all along. And now, thanks to the length of time that has passed since the injury, the chance of a complete recovery, even with surgery, is low.
So I'm coming into the new year with a lot ahead, including surgery and a long recovery, and the most important thing is going to be finding a way to work around it, without letting it be a reason to stay of the wagon.
Edited by: ATTACKCAT at: 1/3/2012 (11:28)
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