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Good to hear back on your progress. Fun on the lifting!! Several years before hip OS caught up to me, I had transitioned to kettlebells from iron weights. The OS eventually made any type of ballistic movements such as a basic kettlebell swing painful and debilitating the following few days. I’m looking forward to biking, hiking, and yes, kettlebells again. Next week I’m going introduce some body weight squats with a bench.
 
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@Greg555 Recommend 40Fit on FB or Patrons of Greysteel. Both are savvy about lifting after joint replacement. The former is free. The latter requires a dollar a month contribution via Patreon. Both adhere to the Starting Strength system.
 
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Still working on strength training. Weird but makes sense that Im bench pressing more than I’m squatting. I guess that’s understandable, given the trauma of surgery.
 
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6 months left hip. Still strength training and now some balance training as a supplement. Walking on alternate days. Miscellaneous aches and pains in the groins and left IT band areas, that come and go.
 

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