Rehabilitation on the back has been slow, but steady, and I have started to lift at what I consider to be my personal baseline numbers.
So I am more than irritated that my right hip decides to go out of alignment on Monday.
Everything is connected, and that hip was probably overcompensating more than it should have been while I focused on the first injury.
My trainer advises me to get a massage because it’s an early catch; the muscles surrounding the hip can be encouraged to unknot before they permanently lock up.
I complain that I’ve been out of work for a week and now I have the added anxiety of not being able to perform comfortably, or for long periods of time, when I go back.
She immediately tells me not to worry, and to be reminded that whatever has been rightfully given to me, no one can take away.
Perfect aim for shooting from the hip.