Apart from the hamstring strength, which is still preventing stand up climbing, me and this knee are doing just fine and long distance training is going well. Only a month ago, I was ready to throw the towel in!
Is it possible to make a knee replacement knee BETTER than the original knee? This is something I have never found evidence to support, but something that nonetheless I have wholeheartedly believed in all the same.
This week I went to get another opinion because I did not believe the program I had was challenging enough or specific enough to my particular problems: Muscle atrophy Lack of balance and proprioception