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    how come i have new pains when i take time off

    i have nagging elbow and knee pain, so i have been taking a little break between starting my weekly workouts and every time i take a few days off something new starts hurting. just this week i woke up on my day off with my neck hurting, wtf. anybody else have this problem?

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    Re: how come i have new pains when i take time off

    I think it's rust setting in Ken.

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    Re: how come i have new pains when i take time off

    I honestly think prolonged training with no time-off can mask some of the nagging / over-use injuries. I try to take a full week out of the gym every 3 months or so (it's tough...) and I also notice that's when I feel all the pains I've been training through.

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    Re: how come i have new pains when i take time off

    All the use and abuse catches up, there is no rhyme nor reason I can define. I do notice when I drop water (less test, more AI, drop Nan) I get those nagging pains. I can only console you in fact you are not alone, maybe one of our guys has a smoking gun and some answers that help you.

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    Re: how come i have new pains when i take time off

    Ken,

    Best supplement that I've found is a product called Super Cissus. After just 2 days I can noticably feel a difference in my joints.

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    Re: how come i have new pains when i take time off

    Are u using HGH? That alone will aggravate any stubborn injuries at the beginning., at least that's what happened to me. Also I supplement with Glucosamin/ Chondroitin 3000/2500 daily religiously, Fish oil, Collagen, anything that makes my joints better I'll would try.

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    Re: how come i have new pains when i take time off

    used Super Cissus no help,as far as gh i am doing gr-2 an 2953

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    Re: how come i have new pains when i take time off

    Ken if you are going to have time off it would be great to do some foam rolling, stretching, and compression stuff. You will start loosening up anyway once you stop for a couple weeks but those exercises will help it along. If it hurts, bend it, stretch it, compress it, warm it up.

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