So I hit my 1 yr at CFOH. There were congrats, Athlete of the Month recognition and a lot of really frustrating WODs, with the cherry on top being Sesamoiditis.
I'm in this ridiculously bulky and super inconvenient orthopaedic boot and I hate it.
Today I'm about ready to chunk the damn thing and I'm supposed to be in it a minimum of 1.5 - 2 more weeks.
I'm grateful to have a coach that is helping me work on my upper body while I am restricted on what movements I can do. I'm looking forward to upping my strength and am trying to find goals to set during my modifications. I know for sure I want to reach my 100# bench press. I am honestly having a lot of fun trying new movements and adaptable ones that will translate in to what I can do on my own at home, and learning how to motivate myself.
I don't have a broken foot, I just have a really pissed off tendon. I'm nervous for the long term effects of it, and how it's going to be when I jump rope, run, do box jumps... all things I struggle with and deep down, really do want to do better with.
I guess one good thing about this is that I'll be able to throw a good and heavy punch on the days I want to hit something.
Maybe I'll try that today.