Wow! Time sure does fly I must say. It is hard to believe that it has been 4 weeks since my surgery on my elbow. God has been faithful and has brought me through so far. I had a big break through in my rehab this week. I was able to get a significant amount more of flexion in my elbow which was awesome. Slowly but surely things are getting better :).
A lot has happened since I last posted in my blog. I had the opportunity to speak at Liberty Christian Academy's Sports Banquet on May 17th. It was an awesome time to be able to share a little bit about what the Lord has done and is doing in my life. Being a professional athlete has its ups and downs, but through it all I can say that the Lord has been faithful, and it is truly a blessing from Him to be able to play the game.
I have been staying busy with rehab and training. My physical therapist has been great! You can tell she knows a lot about the body, and is very informative and willing to answer any questions that I might have. I am also being trained a little bit by another Physical Therapist, Don Reagan, who specializes in Performance Training.
You can check out his website here: www.donreagan.com
Below is a short video I posted of shooting. I still have a few weeks of strengthening and continuing to improve myl range of motion in my elbow. It has been a process, but my elbow is getting better. The farthest I shot from yesterday was the free-throw line. I have to take it slow as I ease back into it, and also have to be careful that I don't overdue it.
I would continue to covet your prayers! I hope everyone is doing well. The weather here in Lynchburg has been phenomenal lately, for which I am thankful for.
Jesus looked at them intently and said, "Humanly speaking, it is impossible. But not with God. Everything is possible with God." Mark 10:27