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tendons tears and muslce tears...prevention help

warriordogx

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I'm getting lots of muscle tears and tendon injuries the last few months.
It's taking forever to heal. What can speed up the healing process and what can I used for preventing this problems?
 

dan525

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I just posted a question regarding use of hgh along with prolotherapy to strengthen or heal partial tears. I have heard reports of otc product cissus along with deca and igf1 can have a huge impact on healing and injury prevention.
 

ragehorse

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pretty much anything that increases collagen synthesis


have been hearing good things about ghrp-6 or something like that.

also heard supper cissus is good.

or course a good warm up is key, foam rolling, being flexibility, etc.
 

Godzilla50

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Having the same problem myself with my shoulder. Keep tearing my muscle and have to work other body parts till I finish healing. Try Cordesone shoots but only releives the pain for a few days. The shitty thing is , I really don`t feel the injury til the next day, then the pain grows with each workout. My form is fine but there always comes the time when I feel to add more weight and then the tearing starts. There is a fine line here that we all have to be careful of when we decide to add weight and do power lifting. I`m 50 now and my line keeps getting smaller!!!:banghead:
 
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Most of the answers you got were about what to do after you strain a muscle or tendon, I'll give you some of the techniques I use to "prevent" these strains.

Hydration - Drink plenty of water, get enough potassium, sodium, calcium & magnesium.

Stretch -Get the areas that are tight and prone to pulls more limber and flexible.

Scar Tissue - This builds up in previosly injured muscles and makes them more prone to reinjury, use a foam roller, massage, infa-red therapy, alternating heat & ice, electro stimulation.
 

ojs

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Most of the answers you got were about what to do after you strain a muscle or tendon, I'll give you some of the techniques I use to "prevent" these strains.

Hydration - Drink plenty of water, get enough potassium, sodium, calcium & magnesium.

Stretch -Get the areas that are tight and prone to pulls more limber and flexible.

Scar Tissue - This builds up in previosly injured muscles and makes them more prone to reinjury, use a foam roller, massage, infa-red therapy, alternating heat & ice, electro stimulation.

Bump all the above. Plus slow the movements down when working those areas. And, in my case, I pay a lot of attention to how small variations in hand positions feel. Sometimes even the smallest hand position adjustment will keep me in the game.
 

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