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|Mon, 08-11-2014 - 7:06am|
I can't believe we're miway through the month already! My son goes back to school in the next couple of weeks. It's been nice having him home. So, I rolled my ankle at parkour on Saturday, as those of you on FB know. I'm not exactly sure what it was--at first I thought I'd dislocated it because it looked displaced (my first thought was, "Oh, no, I have to ski this season!) and when I moved my foot, it felt like it slid into place. But, from what I've been reading dislocated ankles are really painful and require surgery so that wasn't it. I thinki I probably just held my foot funny so the ankle looked wrong. Anyway, the whole thing was painless and I'm a wimp about pain. There was some initial swelling, it never got too bad. I can walk w/out pain today but this is the dangerous part for me because it's easy to start overdoing. I need to give it another day at least. So, I'l stay off of it and only do aerial silks today.
So, I have a question on the injury. The instructor is new. Super nice guy, conscientious and felt so bad about my rolling my ankle. He had set the jump up w/ the mat on one part of the wall/vault and that's what caused me to roll my ankle. I think he realizes it was a mistake now but they are super conscious about safety. Should I mention it to the guy who sends out safety tips? I don't want the instructor to feel worst or to be a tattletale.