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Post by Prof. Akers on Mon May 19, 2008 3:21 pm

All my life I've trained hard even though I've picked up injuries.
One time my jujitsu club took on a judo club, I got thrown - hard and dislocated my leg.
My instructor put me out, put the leg back in, smothered it in tiger balm and told me to get on with it.
The list is too long to go on with but here's the question - should you do it?
My view now is get over the injury then come back when you're fit, cold damp mornings are hell now with the accumulation of broken and dislocated bones.
What's your views?
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