We are often asked how much work goes into planning our events. Well, every body movement, challenge, weighted carry or otherwise is "beta tested" to see if they are feasible. Not everything that is tested is used, as some tasks, when tested out, are deemed unsuitable.
Recently, our friend and Krypteia "Cookie" @666cookie666 pushed himself a little too hard and found himself in hospital during an event. After an EKG and some other tests, it was discovered that he had herniated disks in his spine and the thick, jelly-like substance between the bones (nucleus pulposus) had leaked out. This in turn pressed on his nervous system and is currently causing him huge pain in his shoulders, back and arm. He's been diagnosed with Cervical Radiculopathy. He's now been told to rest and get through the course of medication prescribed to him and should be on the mend too. Be sure to wish him well, as he's an important member of our team.
- Krypteia Mark Petersen and the rest of the Krypteia team.