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    Sorry CC, I am already there with both ankles. I can get help with shots. Shots in the ankles are not as effective as knees but I have been able to complete some hunts, bear, WT, and trophy mule deer. I know of Steadman Clinic and I have the name of one of the doctors. I sure hope you find some help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xtreme View Post
    Sorry CC, I am already there with both ankles. I can get help with shots. Shots in the ankles are not as effective as knees but I have been able to complete some hunts, bear, WT, and trophy mule deer. I know of Steadman Clinic and I have the name of one of the doctors. I sure hope you find some help.
    My Local Doc say he can give me a shot in the ankle that should last up to a couple of months. I am going to wait until after I see the Steadman Dr., I have been told that they can't do surgery until all the meds from the shot are gone. Looks like the only tag I'll have is a M/L elk for mid September. Hope to get the ankle replacement in Nov so i'll have all winter to rehab.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 25contender View Post
    KR what kind of pace are you trying to meet. What is your mile time average?
    Right now I'm trying to just keep improving on my after work run and the different trasitions to my form, cadence pace, etc. Kind of like a bike gearing down on up hills and gearing up on the downhills and somewhere in the middle on somewhat level trail. With the hills it is a bit different than flats or the track. I'm at a point now where I don't walk any part of my run in the hills after work. I really just am hoping to place not to far back in my age bracket next month in the race. The 1st week of June is coming up fast. If I could do the same as I ran in my last 5K race it would be awesome, 17 min, 34 sec. But with the hills, that's just not going to happen on my 55K race in June. Sure would be nice to have that average though. The record for that race for the 55K , Big Basin Run here in Ca that I'm doing is 3:57:09 set last year. Some guys do run the hills pretty fast.
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    CC - You live in Colorado Right? Pain should be no issue... gone in a puff of smoke!

    KR - Dang Man! 55K... I feel like a little girl right now. Best of luck man. My students asked me once how I stay in shape; "Do you run Mr. Grizz?" My reply; "Why would I run, I'm not afraid of anything!" I don't think I could run that far with the entire Taliban chasing me with pruning shears. You are impressive for undertaking such a feat. My hat is off to you sir!

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    I just started a new program this week with a new trainer in town. This guy....

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    If I survive, I will be in shape by October.

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    That trainer is no joke right there!!


    Today I started doing my running in morning when it is a little cooler. Actually it felt pretty good running in the morning instead of the afternoon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Colorado Cowboy View Post
    My Local Doc say he can give me a shot in the ankle that should last up to a couple of months. I am going to wait until after I see the Steadman Dr., I have been told that they can't do surgery until all the meds from the shot are gone. Looks like the only tag I'll have is a M/L elk for mid September. Hope to get the ankle replacement in Nov so i'll have all winter to rehab.
    After a consult with my local Dr, had a cortisone shot in ankle this afternoon. He also prescribed some Celebrex. Soooo...we'll see what happens.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Colorado Cowboy View Post
    After a consult with my local Dr, had a cortisone shot in ankle this afternoon. He also prescribed some Celebrex. Soooo...we'll see what happens.
    Feels better this AM than it has in months! Going to wait until next week to get back to the gym. Keeping my fingers crossed.
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