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lee32

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Re: Life after a full recovery
« Reply #31 on: March 31, 2014, 02:17:11 AM »

cool guys, yea,ibelieve it depends on how strong you are both physcally and mentally.
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Re: Life after a full recovery
« Reply #32 on: March 31, 2014, 02:01:32 PM »

Yeah, this summer will be amazing for the both of us.

If you feel bored, I could write a visualization of your after LL experience (as I did with Sweatpants) :D

PLEASE DO! I'm excited to hear about it, hahaha :D
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Re: Life after a full recovery
« Reply #33 on: March 31, 2014, 08:57:49 PM »

Yeah, this summer will be amazing for the both of us.

Before I couldn't get over my height of 5'6 so always have to wear 2.5inches insole. I had this "can't lose" attitude where I stuff as many things in my shoes as humanly possible before going to a club or meeting a superficial girl. Height was normally the biggest reason for rejection. But as you know, with lift you have to hide it by wearing long boot-cut jeans. For the past 5 years, there wasn't a summer gone by where I could wear shorts freely. It's sucks wearing thick rock & republic jeans in a 30+ degrees hot summer.

But this summer, I can wear shorts (and you too). It's a biggest break a short guy can have.

I can play soccer and basketball but will be a bit slower in movement speed. Short guys are usually quite quick with their short legs on the field. We will have to deal with our lanky limbs. But I think if you put your mind to it, then you can play these sports perfectly again. Yeah, your LL case is actually perfect. Congratulation!

Yeah take it lightly at first. Make sure your bones are consolidated well enough before exerting physical force or lift heavier weight.

Today, a girl said she liked my shorts. And I said thank you. Then as I walked away, she said to her coworker that I was hot. I was unfazed. But before I would hear comments like he was "cute" but never he was hot before. If you feel bored, I could write a visualization of your after LL experience (as I did with Sweatpants) :D

It's true that people call you cute when you are short and hot when you are tall, why is that?! They can also call you handsome though which most people usually tell me that instead of hot or cute.
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Re: Life after a full recovery
« Reply #34 on: March 31, 2014, 09:32:00 PM »

I've been called hot at 5'5 before, but it was my first year during the US and I literally locked myself into the gym every day working out.. It snowed outside all the time (Michigan) so I spent most of the time indoors working out. That was the only year in my life I actually had a sixpack and bulging biceps - I wasn't stocky, I was lean too, I checked the calories of everything and paid attention to my diet. So yeah, you can definitely be called hot even when you're short. I hate the word "cute". (But frankly, I got that more often, much more often than hot). No man wants to be called cute, I guess. Harumph.

That's why when I compliment a girl, I say "You're one of the rare kind who is BOTH cute and hot". I try to avoid any unwanted compliments, lol
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Re: Life after a full recovery
« Reply #35 on: March 31, 2014, 10:02:34 PM »

Kids and puppy dogs are cute, I'm a grown ass man! -  Jamie foxx 
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Re: Life after a full recovery
« Reply #36 on: July 28, 2015, 08:10:36 AM »

I consider myself pretty much fully recovered.  I can walk normally and run almost as fast as I used to be able to, but my balance and agility aren't what they used to be.  The longer legs are just harder to move quickly.

I'm never was an athlete, so I don't know about playing sports after LL.  Your performance would be reduced, but I'm not sure by how much.


How much is that issue with balance ? Can you do that? http://i.ytimg.com/vi/k7cHobVh9io/hqdefault.jpg
yea, you sure be worse at gymnastics and stretching. Just check who is the best men's in this sports... People who have 150-160 cm. :)
What about bone marrow after they pull out nails? It will regenerated?
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Re: Life after a full recovery
« Reply #37 on: July 28, 2015, 04:00:20 PM »


How much is that issue with balance ? Can you do that? http://i.ytimg.com/vi/k7cHobVh9io/hqdefault.jpg
yea, you sure be worse at gymnastics and stretching. Just check who is the best men's in this sports... People who have 150-160 cm. :)
What about bone marrow after they pull out nails? It will regenerated?

It's not a huge issue.  I can do that pose.  It's more like I'm a little wobblier than I used to be rather than not being able to do something at all.

In adults, there's not a lot of marrow in the tibias and femurs to begin with.  I'm not sure if it regenerates or not.
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Gained 3 inches on tibiae (Ilizarov LON) at the Beijing Institute of External Skeletal Fixation Technology with surgeon Dr. Aimin Peng.  Starting height 5'7", ending height 5'10".

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Re: Life after a full recovery
« Reply #38 on: January 25, 2017, 07:28:02 PM »

lionel messi did LL and his one of the richest soccer players  so
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Re: Life after a full recovery
« Reply #39 on: January 25, 2017, 07:44:57 PM »

lionel messi did LL and his one of the richest soccer players  so

not true, are you a troll?
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Re: Life after a full recovery
« Reply #40 on: January 26, 2017, 07:05:36 AM »

lionel messi did LL and his one of the richest soccer players  so

lol he depends on his legs for his career he would not do anything to diminish his athletic abilities.
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Re: Life after a full recovery
« Reply #41 on: January 27, 2017, 12:39:36 AM »

lionel messi did LL and his one of the richest soccer players  so

Can we block him? lol just a joke, Anyways you're totally wrong.
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Re: Life after a full recovery
« Reply #42 on: September 26, 2017, 12:59:41 PM »

He took growth hormones as a child
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Re: Life after a full recovery
« Reply #43 on: October 01, 2017, 03:16:23 AM »

Thanks for the advice. However, I'm quite happy with the single life where I can just concentrate on myself and not others.

"When you say things like like maintaining your balance
I don't understand why ?
Is that to do with muscle strength or just getting used to the extra height "

- it has to do with muscle strength and ankle strength. And because your legs are longer than you used to, you also have to deal with maintaining of a pair of lanky long legs which have been weakened through several surgeries and stretching of the muscle.

However, I lengthened a whole 8cm. If you just seek 4cm, then your result should be different.

What about someone who is doing 5.5 cm tibs and 5.5 cm on femurs to gain 11 cm would they have problems considering that they only did like 5.5 on on separate parts of the legs
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Re: Life after a full recovery
« Reply #44 on: December 05, 2017, 02:21:23 AM »

Still no videos.

Guess I have to make them then. :)
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173cm before LL with Sarin, jan -13. Now 180cm tall. Considering 5cm on femurs.

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Re: Life after a full recovery
« Reply #45 on: December 12, 2017, 11:35:19 AM »

Still no videos.

Guess I have to make them then. :)

Please do; I need the encouragement  ;)
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Re: Life after a full recovery
« Reply #46 on: January 05, 2018, 03:13:18 PM »

Hi to everyone on the forum :)
I am due for my surgery this year and I will be sure to upload as much content as possible. Hopefully it will be a good experience but even if it's bad I won't hide anything.
Is this thing about losing sxx drive true? That would be an issue for sure  :D
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Surgery planned for summer 2018 in Russia with Dr. Solomin & Dr. Kulesh.
Current height: 168cm
Goal: Femurs and Tibia, 12cm gain.

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Re: Life after a full recovery
« Reply #47 on: January 08, 2018, 12:02:12 PM »

I really encourage you to not go for 12cm and focus on 6 cm on femurs instead.
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Currently height: 170cm (5'7")
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Re: Life after a full recovery
« Reply #48 on: January 08, 2018, 08:57:07 PM »

I'm breaking my legs for this surgery. Might aswell gain a decent amount. Besides, I fully understand that 6cm is obviously easier but if I didn't then again gaining nothing and not doing the surgery is also safer.
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Surgery planned for summer 2018 in Russia with Dr. Solomin & Dr. Kulesh.
Current height: 168cm
Goal: Femurs and Tibia, 12cm gain.

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Re: Life after a full recovery
« Reply #49 on: January 08, 2018, 09:22:00 PM »

Hi to everyone on the forum :)
I am due for my surgery this year and I will be sure to upload as much content as possible. Hopefully it will be a good experience but even if it's bad I won't hide anything.
Is this thing about losing sxx drive true? That would be an issue for sure  :D

No, I did 6,4 cm on tibias I'm f u c k i n g h o r n i e r than ever.
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1.68-1.69 to 176.5(morning) - 174,5 tibial monorail LON with Dr. Inan. Surgery 10.07.2017/ Fixator remove 12.10.2017/ Walk unaided with casts 19.10.2017/ Walk completely unaided 15.12.2017/ Walk completely normal (Jan-Feb 2018 probably)

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Re: Life after a full recovery
« Reply #50 on: January 08, 2018, 10:19:23 PM »

That's a relief :D
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Surgery planned for summer 2018 in Russia with Dr. Solomin & Dr. Kulesh.
Current height: 168cm
Goal: Femurs and Tibia, 12cm gain.
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