Stitches finally removed!!

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    Stitches finally removed!!

    Some days ago I had an accident at my workplace while cutting some wood on a table saw & cut my left hand ring & middle fingers; thankfully, it just cut the flesh, not the bone, but still I had to take some time from my usual activities (obviously).
    What hurt me the most was not being able to do things like playing the guitar, sculpting or keep training as I normally would since I had to give my hand some rest; but today, after having the stitches removed the doc told me that everything was as perfect as it could, so I could get back to my everyday activities, that I just had to be carefull...
    So WOOHOOO! That's really good news to me, and wanted to share it over here 😁😁😁

    (Also, sorry if my english is confusing, bad structured simply wrong, it isn't my first language 😅)

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    Careful with those table saws!
    (Seriously, a friend of mine is a carpenter and she says many of her colleagues are missing one or two fingers...)

    I can relate to the annoyance of not being able to play guitar. Good that you obviously didn't suffer any lasting harm. Take it easy, and speedy healing!

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      Originally posted by Jeezus View Post
      Some days ago I had an accident at my workplace while cutting some wood on a table saw & cut my left hand ring & middle fingers; thankfully, it just cut the flesh, not the bone, but still I had to take some time from my usual activities (obviously).
      What hurt me the most was not being able to do things like playing the guitar, sculpting or keep training as I normally would since I had to give my hand some rest; but today, after having the stitches removed the doc told me that everything was as perfect as it could, so I could get back to my everyday activities, that I just had to be carefull...
      So WOOHOOO! That's really good news to me, and wanted to share it over here 😁😁😁

      (Also, sorry if my english is confusing, bad structured simply wrong, it isn't my first language 😅)
      Why not try some handsfree type training. Maybe these will help...I borrowed them from a neilarey post from way back...Hope that's okay.

      http://darebee.com/workouts/turning-...e-workout.html
      http://darebee.com/workouts/fearless-workout.html
      http://darebee.com/workouts/starmaster-workout.html
      http://darebee.com/workouts/temple-run-workout.html
      http://darebee.com/workouts/cardio-hop-workout.html
      http://darebee.com/workouts/legday-workout.html

      Good Luck


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