I wanted to thank all of you and I wanted to thank this site for being a real inspiration to me over the years. I thought I should update everyone on my progress. I will be 69 in December and I had a THR of my right hip on July 1, 2020. I started some slow run/walk/run segments 2-3 months after. I recovered really well and I actually did a half marathon averaging 10:15 per mile in April, 2021. My left knee began to hurt during July, 2021 and it got progressively worse. It turned out that I had a partially torn left medial meniscus, and I had arthroscopic surgery to remove the tear just over 1 year ago. My recovery from there has been tremendous. I was able to steadily build mileage using the run/walk/run method and I began to do some speedwork late last year. I ran my first 5K during January of this year and have done a total of 12 races this year. Included in those were two 10 milers, two half marathons (9:50 pace and 9:35 pace) and the Chicago marathon last weekend. I am a Clydesdale runner at 6 ft 1 and about 190 lb (the Chicago area runners association has 3 Clydesdale divisions and I am in the A division which starts at 185 lb) and I have locked up first place in Clydesdale A this year. Mine is a real comeback story and I can only hope that I will feel this well 10, 20 and 30 years from now! I plan to continue some form of running for all of my remaining years! Take care everyone, be inspired because big improvements are possible after your hip replacement!