Ballistic Radio Tonight!

15-Feb-15 – 13:44 by ToddG

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I’ll be on Ballistic Radio tonight at 7pm. The topic of discussion will be what it’s like losing your shooting ability and what it’s like trying to get it back. Should be a barrel of laughs! Listen in or check out the podcast once it’s up on the ‘net.

Train hard & stay safe! ToddG

  1. 9 Responses to “Ballistic Radio Tonight!”

  2. Told caught the show this morning via podcast on my way to work. Very good show. Thank you for sharing your experience and observations with regards to your journey.

    Scott

    By Scott Allen on Feb 17, 2015

  3. Sorry about the spelling, I didn’t catch spell check making the “correction” as I hit the submit key.

    By Scott Allen on Feb 17, 2015

  4. Todd, I enjoyed hell out of your podcast. You have truly made lemonade out of lemons.

    By Massad Ayoob on Feb 18, 2015

  5. Thanks, Mas!!!

    By ToddG on Feb 23, 2015

  6. Bro, I lost track of you. Pls check in.

    By Jim Pledger on Mar 1, 2015

  7. I shall forever remember this date as the time when Jim Pledger referred to me as “bro.” 😎

    By ToddG on Mar 1, 2015

  8. Todd,

    Enjoyed the podcast. I am a life long martial artist and shooting instructor and now have arthritis in my right elbow. Probably too many punches and too much dry practice so your podcast resonated with me. I have lost range of motion in my arm and my elbow aches all the time. I would really like to communicate with you regarding your surgery. I don’t need surgery just yet but it is probably just a matter of time. More importantly, I would like your advice regarding modifying what I am doing now to either postpone or eliminate the eventual need for surgery. I am sure you have learned a lot of lessons along the way and I would greatly appreciate your advice. I am in this game for life and hope to be able to with the proper guidance. Just as a reference, I am 52 years old. Thanks! Rod

    By Rod Kuratomi on Mar 6, 2015

  9. Rod — Thanks. My situation is a bit different than arthritis and I wouldn’t feel comfortable offering advice about something so far out of my lane. The only real advice I could offer is to to talk your doc; I’m not sure if they normally even do this surgery for arthritis patients.

    As for delaying the effects to avoid surgery, again, I’m not a doctor or physical therapist. That’s where I’d start. Beyond that, the obvious stuff I’m sure you’ve already considered: shoot .22 for things that are appropriate to practice with a .22; try to increase the number of range trips and decrease the amount of shooting you do at each; find a gun that seems to feel like it’s punishing your elbow the least; find a stance/grip that feels like it’s punishing your elbow the least.

    Really wish I could offer more intelligent advice but I’d hate to offer something that just ended up making your situation worse.

    Best of luck and I hope you find the best possible solution. Train hard & stay safe!

    By ToddG on Mar 7, 2015

  10. Thanks Todd, you advice and comments are greatly appreciated! Thank you for taking the time out to answer my questions.

    Warm Regards,

    Rod

    By Rod Kuratomi on Mar 9, 2015

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