Dolphingirl Posted April 6, 2003 Report Share Posted April 6, 2003 Since the surgery, parts of my knee are often quite tight, and take more time to warm up and stretch out. Usually it's fine and a few small stretches while learning the excersise is enough to make it feel better. But every once in a while, it's too tight and I have to wear a legwarmer over it to get it warm faster and keep it from being painful. Today, after a long rehearsal of a new piece yesterday, was such a day. But, as my teacher pointed out, wearing a legwarmer rolled over several times, no matter how thin it is to start with, becomes quite bulky in the back of your knee and she was worried about how it might affect the ligaments back there, when I bent my knee. Still, the legwarmer I use is too thin when it's not doubled up. Any ideas of what I can do to keep the front and sides of my knee warm without endangering the back of my knee. Short of cutting parts of the legwarmers off? Dolphingirl Quote Link to comment
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