First of all my neck is a lot better but still has days where I'm in constant pain, least until I take my drugs! It's been nice to actually be able to have full night's of sleep most of the time. The only down side to taking the pain killers I'm on is that they make me drowsy/tired ALL THE TIME! So I'm usually yawning all the time but I'll take that over the pain. Thanks goodness for this new doctor :-)
Ok so current team/s updates... I'm still training with my NINJAS team even though we've finished competing for the year. I'll finish off with them for the Display/End Of Year break up days plus ASSASSINS are competing in Nationals (Lv 4 Group Stunt) in November.
Here is a photo of us from WCC Finals!
I'll also be competing in a level 2 & 3 group stunt routine for Nationals with Sirens Brisbane who I coach. Looking fwd to it- especially the Level 2 routine. I think we've come up with some cool tricks we now just have to practice & actually get them all in sequence! LOL.
I'm also back training with Mitchelton & LOVING IT like I did last time with them! I've always enjoyed my time on this squad but couldn't commit to them earlier this year as I had River City on Tues nights but now that I have finished up with them I can & we're also heading to Nationals. I don't stunt much in this routine as I joined late in the year & everyone already had their spots but I do a fair bit of tumbling & I'm really enjoying it. I forgot how much I miss tumbling & suprisingly my old knees are handling it not too bad, least for the moment so I'll keep plugging along. I've actually been entered in the "best tumbler" section at Nationals for level 2 (h/springs & flics type tumble) so I've been working on my pass that I want to compete. I'm not expecting to win (hell no) but I want to at least be competitive! I'll be up against kids that are like 15years younger then me so as long as I can still hold my own I'll be happy.