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Brynne Edelsten blames a knee injury for quitting SAS Australia after just six hours

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Brynne Edelsten blames a knee injury for her decision to quit SAS Australia after just six hours – but admits she was ‘not fit enough’ to take part in the brutal show










Brynne Edelsten retired from SAS Australia after six hours.

After Monday’s episode, the 38-year-old socialite said she is not a quitter and that a knee injury was the cause.

“I injured my knee and was struggling to put weight on it, so I wouldn’t force myself to keep going knowing I couldn’t or risk doing more damage,” she said. The Herald Sun on Monday.

Painful: Brynne Edelsten (pictured) retired from SAS Australia after just six hours. After Monday’s episode, the 38-year-old socialite said she’s not a quitter and that a knee injury was the cause

However, she admitted that she was not quite fit enough to handle the course.

“Although my body was really stronger than I was used to, it just wasn’t strong enough for what they do. I wasn’t fit enough for what they do,” she added.

‘I think most people are not fit enough. As much as I wanted to do it mentally, my body just couldn’t keep up.’

Hard:

Hard: “I injured my knee and struggled to put weight on it, so I wouldn’t force myself to keep going when I knew I couldn’t do it or risk doing more damage,” he said. she The Herald Sun on Monday

Brynne folded under the pressure on Monday’s premiere episode, when she was forced to press while carrying a heavy backpack.

‘I can not do it!’ she declared, wobbling on her shaky arms and legs and nodding on her knees several times.

“If you can’t, get up and give me your bracelet!” the instructor barked and Brynne did just that.

Too much: 'Although my body was really stronger than I was used to, it just wasn't strong enough for what they do.  I wasn't fit enough for what they do,

Too much: ‘Although my body was really stronger than I was used to, it just wasn’t strong enough for what they do. I wasn’t fit enough for what they do,” she added

Over it: Brynne folded under the pressure on Monday's premiere episode when she was forced to press while carrying a heavy backpack

Over it: Brynne folded under the pressure on Monday’s premiere episode when she was forced to press while carrying a heavy backpack

“I’ve lived a very high life, but there are also times when I’ve had a hard time. I’m mentally strong, but I don’t have any physical strength,” Brynne said afterwards.

“Even though I’m disappointed with the departure, I know I have to because my body isn’t strong enough to keep doing this kind of thing.

“I don’t regret him, at least it encourages me to try and work to see what I can do in the future,” she added.

SAS Australia continues on Channel Seven on Tuesday at 7.30pm

Brynne said after walking away: 'Even though I'm disappointed with the departure, I know I have to because my body isn't strong enough to keep doing these things'

Brynne said after walking away: ‘Even though I’m disappointed with the departure, I know I have to because my body isn’t strong enough to keep doing these things’

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