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lol dude you trolling? Most ignorant post ever from you.
OP, I'm not a chiro, but my chiro keeps me healthy in powerlifting/strongman by a lot of soft tissue work, adjustments, exercise...
The peasants of the misc cannot appreciate this cooking method OP.
Lemme see you sous vide a tri-tip Cali brah.
Time to start scooping that SNS Citrulline Malate into my pre-wo again.
I've used Reduce XT and LX deeper in cuts and think they are useful in that situation.
For tendinitis in general, avoid irritating movements, heat up the area before doing work there, and soft tissue healthy.
Supplement wise 3g of the following each has saved my knees and elbows: 3g...
Too much acid, eat too much and your taste buds are rekt.
Defintely wouldn't take Jack'd Up, but I've been using Craze v2 and liking it a lot. Got the Cherry Berry flavor.
Look up the credentials of their personal training staff and check their training styles.
Agmatine and nitrates always make me more pumped/vascular.
Craze V2 regularly dosed also increased my vascularity.
Just get a MRI and don't bother asking on here.
Anecdotally, lower % like 5 is better.
Cannot beat standalone Agmatine for the price/pump ratio and just a single ingredient, I use SNS Agmatine for upper days, don't want too much pump on lower days.
Both of these.
My personal stack is 3g MSM, 3g Glucosamine, 3g Cissus XT.
I felt ARA within two weeks, but the Advanced version might be slower I'm guessing.
Research is 50/50, would like to see more. The original study that started it was only 12 days, this one was 14 days...
"You must spread reputation before negging OP again."
Best combo that I've found is 3g MSM, 3g Glucosamine, 3g Cissus XT.
May be a form issue. Has the PT watched you perform the motions that irritate it? Are you warming up properly? Still sticking to the exercises the PT prescribed?