I like to hand out where the hell I like and spend little time on any joint forum as I've a busy schedule. As regards to your comment on fitness, I can assure you that I'm probably fitter still than any on here despite having put on a few pounds since my problems began, thats down to me being a sportsman and Mountain Athlete prior to this. On a separate issue there seems to be one or two on here who like to recite the same old mantra about being overweight giving little thought to those who are through their incapacity. Has I've stated not all of us who are overweight are junk food addicts who sit around complaining about their lot in life, some of us like myself continue to try and do whatever they can whilst sat around waiting for the surgeon to correct a botched up job from previously.<quoted text>
From years of keeping fit? LOL... that made my day.
70% of Americans are overweight. Every additional pound of body weight puts 4 additional pounds of pressure on the joints. People that normally wouldn't be experiencing joint failure until old age are experiencing it earlier in life.
Of course, forums like Bonesmart, where you like to hang out, would have you think otherwise.
Perhaps you would like to share your credentials with the rest of us, as you and the other imbecile NoGods seem to be self proclaimed experts in this field. On a separate note be aware who you pick an argument with as I rarely argue with idiots, but in your case I'll make an exception as your observational evidence isn't factual or relevant for a lot of us.