Adam and I had a productive 1st Annual Worldwide Play Footbag Day
We jammed at Dundas Square.
I had played three times since putting out my back again in March, and it was mostly consecutive kicking with some BOPs, so that's all I was planning to lay down today. I brought my camcorder to film an Adam special when I was done after 20-ish minutes -- that didn't happen.
As it turns out, in front of a huge crowd proves difficult to play sucky, and I ended up playing pretty well and way too hard for my fucked up back. I'm doubling my yoga routine for today in hopes to prevent the inevitable pain that will start tomorrow and maybe last all week. Adam was out of shape too with a pulled hip flexor, or something, especially after the London jam (which I'm thankful for not attending, as I would have played too hard for a number of days and undoubtedly wrecked my back much worse.)
Some highlights I remember:
-flurry > paradon > barfly > flurry > paradon
-bedwetter > pixie whirl [repeat]?
-almost alpine fog -- looked super easy
-scorpion's tail BSOS
-pixie paradon, blurriest, and some other big stuff BSOS in a run
-paradon swirl BSOS
-gyro DLO, stepping whip, spinning whip, all BSOS
-mobius and stepping whip both BSOS
It feels like I did more than that -- maybe just more runs with the same tricks. But it was huge, considering I was expecting to do nothing harder than a reverse swirl or ripwalk. Like I said, hard to ignore a constant crowd. I will be paying for this tomorrow (and beyond). Too bad more people didn't show -- I didn't know I live so close to Adam, too, though -- we didn't even have to go way out there