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matpal
05-01-2006, 09:49 AM
Hey Everyone. Yes, this is somewhat of an advertisement/promotion thread. Deal with it. :)

http://www.bodybuilding.com/store/omega/flex.html

I wanted to take some time and re-introduce Omega Flex Support. We have had this out for just under a year now, and really promoted it very little in that time which is a shame because this product is great for joint, plain and simple.

So I wanted to get people reacquainted with this stuff because I honestly feel it is the best supplement for joint pain currently on the market.

But...also because we will be doing a discounted stack promotion in the next week or so with USP Lab's and their Cissus Rx, which also is an exceptional product. From user feedback, this stack has shown to be pretty much the end all, be all for joint problems. If this stack doesn't fix what ales you, you best be going to see a doctor.

Now to show that Flex Support is the real deal and I'm not just full of hot air, it has been tested by some very reputable members here. Here is a partial list of users that have called Flex Support "the best supplement for joint pain I have ever taken"

TheUnlikelyToad
Dito
Aeternitatis
Rusty319
Rgkstl
Musclenut

It should also be noted that a few testers here and on other boards were 45 years old and older yet still saw great results with the product.

Taken from Celadrin.com:
What makes Cleadrin so much better than other supplements for joint pain? Well in multiple double blind studies, Celadrin has been shown effective for 100% of the people who took it. So people who do not see much, if any benefit from standard compounds such as Glucosamine will greatly benefit from Celadrin.

Not only does Celadrin enhance cell membranes throughout the body and restore fluids that cushion bones and joints to promote flexibility and mobility without pain, but it also provides a dual relief action by provide speedy relief to muscle tissue such as deep bruises, strained backs and minor sprains.

How Celadrin works:

Celadrin decreases inflammation and lubricates cell membranes throughout the body, restoring fluids that cushion bones and joints to promote flexibility and mobility. Over time, because of the reduction of inflammation delivered by using Celadrin, the joints and surrounding tissue have an opportunity to promote healthy joints.

The body is made up of an enormous amount of cells separated into varied types and functions. The cell membrane is the organized structure that separates and protects components in the cell from neighboring cells and the outside world. Some of the major components of the cell membrane are structural lipids. These lipids regulate the nutrients, minerals, electrolytes, drugs and other compounds across the cell membrane. This regulation is very critical to the adequate function and health of the individual cell.

Celadrin enhances the cell membrane and its integrity for efficient functionality. Celadrin provides the cell membrane with an ideal blend of lipids to enhance its function. A myriad or countless number of body stressors impairs and targets the cell membraneís lipids which creates damage to the peak functioning and health of the membrane and cell. This reaction damages the membrane and can cause the cellís demise. Consuming Celadrin enables the cell membrane to protect the cell and repel the stressors. Celadrin also assists in perfecting the functioning or the channeling capabilities of the cell membrane. The result is a more efficient, fluid, permeable and a youthful cell membrane.

No other compound but Celadrin works to restore the cell membrane to allow rapid healing, repair cartilage, restores joint fluids and speeds the healing of the joint and surrounding tendons and tissues all at the same time! Kiss your pain goodbye!

Celadrin has no know side effects or negative reactions.

HalleluYAH
05-01-2006, 10:13 AM
Not only does Celadrin enhance cell membranes throughout the body and restore fluids that cushion bones and joints to promote flexibility and mobility without pain, but it also provides a dual relief action by provide speedy relief to muscle tissue such as deep bruises, strained backs and minor sprains.

^^^Sounds promising. (stated as softball regular season starts tonight. did I mentioned I'm playing short stop? :eek: :D)

BillCutting
05-01-2006, 10:17 AM
How much for the Flex Support/Cissus combo? That sounds promising...

CONTROLLED LABS
05-01-2006, 10:19 AM
celadrin is supposed to be very good stuff, good luck.

matpal
05-01-2006, 10:28 AM
How much for the Flex Support/Cissus combo? That sounds promising...

It will be a decent dollar amount off compared to separate purchases.

factotum
05-01-2006, 10:48 AM
Celadrin and Cissus is a great joint combo. MSM, Chondroitin and Glucosamine never did much for me but Cissus and Celadrin have improved my condition quite a bit. This will be a great stack, looking forward to it.

matpal
05-01-2006, 10:50 AM
Yeah, if anyone has more feedback they'd like to share, please do.

HYPEBEAST
05-01-2006, 01:39 PM
I might pick up a bottle, this looks iight but why no glucosamine?

TimoteoS
05-01-2006, 01:47 PM
I might pick up a bottle, this looks iight but why no glucosamine?
what does a 15 year old have joint pain from?

matpal
05-01-2006, 01:56 PM
Alot of people either do not respond to glucosamine or simply do not like it.

HYPEBEAST
05-01-2006, 02:50 PM
what does a 15 year old have joint pain from?
I dont know I'm cursed
Tendonitis is both triceps, knee and slight elbow pain.
X-Factor + Overtraining from newbie days + Canoeing Trip for 10 days intensly + etc really took it out so I am cursed forever now

matpal
05-01-2006, 03:11 PM
I was really shocked at how many people have some kind of joint pain that is prohibitive in going heavy.

HYPEBEAST
05-01-2006, 03:16 PM
yeah
on my xf cycle i stopped doing triceps and legs, still dont, and now my tri tendon hurts wen i do biceps
how fast does celadrin kick i i may just pick up some bulk pwoder
and wen r u restokcin on cissus

Younglifter16
05-01-2006, 04:36 PM
I dont know I'm cursed
Tendonitis is both triceps, knee and slight elbow pain.
X-Factor + Overtraining from newbie days + Canoeing Trip for 10 days intensly + etc really took it out so I am cursed forever now

I still dont get how you can have Tendonitis, people get tendonitis in the majority as adults, from years of wear and tear or from real heavy lifting/competitive sports.... I have no idea how you can have it at 15, a few days of canoeing isn't the reason. You might be surprised if you lay off the supplements and worked out right how your "tendonitis" might feel.

I may pick up a bottle of this, when I go really heavy on bench (300+) or even if its just around the heavy 200s these days, my left pec feels like its ready to tear sometimes (might not be joint though...). My wrists are starting to hurt though from really increasing my curling weight, so it will defiatnly be cool to see how this works on the wrist.

Tkenshin
05-01-2006, 06:27 PM
omg i just bought 1 last night

HYPEBEAST
05-01-2006, 06:39 PM
I still dont get how you can have Tendonitis, people get tendonitis in the majority as adults, from years of wear and tear or from real heavy lifting/competitive sports.... I have no idea how you can have it at 15, a few days of canoeing isn't the reason. You might be surprised if you lay off the supplements and worked out right how your "tendonitis" might feel.

I may pick up a bottle of this, when I go really heavy on bench (300+) or even if its just around the heavy 200s these days, my left pec feels like its ready to tear sometimes (might not be joint though...). My wrists are starting to hurt though from really increasing my curling weight, so it will defiatnly be cool to see how this works on the wrist.
yo are you like that bored that u just sit there and wait to reply to my ****?
and how are you gonna tell me what i have? thats like me telling u that ur not a complete moron
now hop off my cock u e-stalker

matpal
05-01-2006, 07:13 PM
Now, now...that was a bit uncalled for. I am sure he is trying to be helpful.

Dont go getting my thread closed! :)

HYPEBEAST
05-01-2006, 07:22 PM
Now, now...that was a bit uncalled for. I am sure he is trying to be helpful.

Dont go getting my thread closed! :)
Helpfull.. rofl you need to spend more time on this board

italionstallion
05-01-2006, 07:28 PM
I used this product once in the past and it worked great for my elbow and knee pain. My elbow would always kill when doing CGBP and skull's, but after a little while on this the pain was almost completely gone.

For me, this has worked much better than cissus has. I have gone through 3 bottles of cissus (almost-i am nearly finished with my 3rd bottle) consecutively, and increased the dose from 4 to 5 to 6 to 8 and still havent felt any better in any of my joints. I have tons of joint problems from playing catcher in baseball for years, as well as many, many injuries from playing QB for our football team, and unfortunately, none of those pains have decreased the entire time while on cissus, but they did while on omega flex.

UberBerzerker
05-01-2006, 07:30 PM
looks like a solid combo of ingredients. I may be picking this up on my next order for me...my wife...teammates, etc. etc. :)

well done.


ps: LMAO @ hypebeast's e-stats....aren't you that maxx kid?

Younglifter16
05-01-2006, 08:45 PM
hey max, no need for all that flaming in this thread, nothing offensive was said from my side. Please take it somewhere else and dont ruin another perfectly good thread. Thank you.

BillCutting
05-01-2006, 11:51 PM
Glucosamine / Chrondoiton has done wonders for my elbow in the 1 month I have been on it, however, I still cant do any kind of over the head tri presses which sucks. I will definetly be buying this combo.

matpal
05-02-2006, 05:46 AM
The cool thing about Celadrin is that it works for 100% of the users, at least in the clinical trials. So there is not real worry about getting it and it doing nothing.

Slated
05-02-2006, 05:48 AM
You guys should team up with Flex Power. I know they'd be receptive to the idea, and that would be one amazing joint stack!

matpal
05-02-2006, 07:13 AM
What's flex power?

RRFB
05-02-2006, 08:13 AM
Looks like a good product Matt.

NumberTwentyTwo
05-02-2006, 08:18 AM
cissus + flex seems great cant wait to try it

cissus works great 4 me, but glucosamine/condroitin doesnt

Azaloth
05-02-2006, 09:50 AM
Having tried just about every new CEE forumla out there I have to say that CET is still my favorite. I just ordered another 4 bottles of the stuff. Anyway, I do a lot of heavy lifting routines as well as competitive mixed martial arts so my joints are always funked up. I haven't seen much from plain old glucosamine either. I'll definitel order some of this stuff in my next BB.com binge.

Matpal, I have a quick question- I know this is primarily for pain relief, but do you think it will aid in increasing flexibility when coupled with a stretching routine?

Thanks! I'm looking forward to trying another quality Omega Sports product.

matpal
05-02-2006, 11:18 AM
Well, if the flexibility and range of motion is being prohibited by inflamation or pain of the tendons and ligaments, then yes, it should. I am pretty sure this was something (increase range of motion) shown in the clinical studies that was overly impressive.

Slated
05-02-2006, 11:31 AM
What's flex power?
it's a nanotechnology transdermal cream. www.flexpower.com

Give them a call and tell them I told you about them from the bb.com website.

Their website has a lot of good info.

dito
05-02-2006, 12:02 PM
Do not buy from Matpal. He worships the devil and sacrafices kittens!

UberBerzerker
05-02-2006, 12:31 PM
Do not buy from Matpal. He worships the devil and sacrafices kittens!

you say this like it is a bad thing ??


all good kitties no it is there divine right to be offered up ;)

matpal
05-02-2006, 12:35 PM
What else would you do with a kitten?

HYPEBEAST
05-02-2006, 12:50 PM
What I had in mind was kinda inappropriate.

factotum
05-02-2006, 08:41 PM
yeah
on my xf cycle i stopped doing triceps and legs, still dont, and now my tri tendon hurts wen i do biceps
how fast does celadrin kick i i may just pick up some bulk pwoder
and wen r u restokcin on cissus

Celadrin is more for joint lubrication than anything so I don't know how much it wuld help with tendonitis. If you have popping or clicking sounds in your joints, Celadrin is great. It kicks in very fast, maybe a couple of days. By the end of the week any noises in the joints is severly diminished. Cissus works wonders on tendons so you combine the two and you have a great little joint aide product especially if you combine it with rest.

But what puzzles me is why you'd use X-Factor given in increases inflamamtion. It's only going to make your problems worse which is evident by you foregoing tricep exercises.

matpal
05-03-2006, 10:12 AM
Well, the Omega/USP Labs stack should be available here next week, so it really should be a heck of a 1-2 punch.