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My knees hurt. Not a lot. Just a little and just enough to make me a bit more cautious going down stairs as the left one can buckle without warning so I hold tight to the bannister! At least that's what it's been the past three weeks. I don't know what's wrong but I'm hoping it's either a minor injury that will mend soon or that it's one of those things like getting loose joints at certain times. Taking some zinaxin ginger pills at any rate to see if the little inflammation wears off faster.
Needless to say I'm glad at this point to be partnering the nice new newbies during first class who go slow and the senior women in the second who have a lot of control. I don't even have to tell them i have a bit of a problem as they adjust automatically without even knowing it .