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post #1051 of 1056 Old 01-23-2014, 06:56 AM
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You can also get frozen shoulder if you don't move it enough for a period of time. Doesn't take as long as you might think.
I messed up a motocross jump 5-6 years ago and ended up going about 80 feet on a 50 foot jump. Parted from the bike and landed on my shoulder. Dislocation and slightly broken arm. Only had my arm in a sling for about 6 weeks and when it came out didn't want to move very far. To this day it doesn't go near as far as the other one. No way I could throw a baseball/softball now without looking stupid.
Don't give up on your range of motion. I had sticky shoulder several years ago. I have now recovered about 98% of my range of motion and it continues to improve. In some ways that shoulder has better range of motion than the other shoulder. Keep stretching. See a physical therapist for tips on how to stretch or PM me.
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bunch of people i work with do the mudder every year. most if not all of them are 40+ some i know are over 50
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My friend wants me to participate in a mudder with him. I told him I can't run or jump so what is the point of walking it. It sucks but it is what it is. Before my knees were replaced I used to do lots of things but now Tennis is my thing, well, kind of. You guys are bringing back some good memories. I have to say watching all these videos and such has really showed me more about you guys than all this typing. I have a new respect for you guys and videos and GTG's really show who you are rather than all this typing. You are just a decade younger version of me! I miss those days but only because of the ability to sprint and run. Keep it up and take care of any little injuries before they become irreversible! I use myself as an example all the time for my patients which helps. Mine knees became bad from unrecognized trauma when I was young. I went from being 6'3, 240 pounds, running a 4.59 40, hitting my elbow on the basketball rim in my 20-30's to 320 pounds and not able to jump at all and not even run a 40! The surgery made me down to 270 but I am trying to get to 240 again except it is much harder without training the legs and sprinting. I never tried lifting max weight with anything before but I did leg press 1000 pounds 12 times pretty easily with two bad knees and a broken ankle. You wonder why I have metal knees! Hell, just before my knee surgery I moved the two danley DTS-10's by myself upstairs, I figure they can't get any worse!

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bunch of people i work with do the mudder every year. most if not all of them are 40+ some i know are over 50

Thanks for taking away my reason (ok excuse) for being to lazy to Compete.

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Sorry to hear you were not able to attend the GTG MK. frown.gif

Seems like that would gave put most of the popular names all at one place. Obviously there are quite a few on the west coast also.
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After seeing pics of some of you (💪), I don't feel so bad about you having to lug those big speakers around anymore😏
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