- Mar 7, 2016
I got something like that at Wally World.
I've put them into those flexible coolers for lunch. They froze my sangwiches lol.
I’ve been using trekking poles for years. They are a life saver with heavy packs. No way would I be able to draw a bow. Just need to squeeze the trigger once…It will not be fun! I killed nice buck with all 4 rotator tendons displaced, bicep tendon displaced, torn labrum, bone spurs and bone cyst with Hoyt Double XL at 62 lbs and was barely able to get to full draw. The pain was so intense my hat and shirt collar was soaking wet from pain sweat and it was 17 degrees!! It can be done but you will feel the wrath from it for sure. I did same thing until I killed buck then had surgery 2 1/2 weeks later!
I used my trekking poles a lot to offset the lack of strength and highly recommend consideration for them!
Glad to hear you're on the road to recovery Ed! Good luck with every step of the process! Let your body dictate the time a little bit, (and it will be happy to tell you too!) otherwise it might take longer than necessary.My right shoulder surgery yesterday AM went well. My doc said she was able to repair but to 8 anchor screws instead of the average 2 and did have to go to the cadaver option. Now for a long recovery period, 6-8 months. I will shoot for under 6.
Craig, I ended up with my Doc's preferred sling and a cryo cuff set up.
As long as the inflammation stays down, that's really cool! The cryo-cuff can be a really good friend if it doesn't!