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Old 09-10-2018, 08:45 PM #31
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I recommend RSP Creatine Monohydrate & RSP Joint Support.

I also supplement with curcumin (turmeric)
I ordered and received this last week and started to take it. Though many say you don't need to load, I did it anyway with two doses a day. This morning at 5:30 am I did a fitness boxing workout. I normally just cruise through those and work on form but I did notice that with the same output I was far less tired. I went back at 4 pm and did a straight up resistance training workout and .... wow ... I was able to recover faster and I added some pondages. The recovery between sets and exercises was what impressed me the most.

Thanks for the recommendation, I had forgotten all about it.
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Old 09-14-2018, 06:45 PM #32
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I ordered and received this last week and started to take it. Though many say you don't need to load, I did it anyway with two doses a day. This morning at 5:30 am I did a fitness boxing workout. I normally just cruise through those and work on form but I did notice that with the same output I was far less tired. I went back at 4 pm and did a straight up resistance training workout and .... wow ... I was able to recover faster and I added some pondages. The recovery between sets and exercises was what impressed me the most.

Thanks for the recommendation, I had forgotten all about it.
Yeah I loaded at first as well.
Taking Creatine and BCAAs before working out has shown to increase performance, and taking them afterwards has shown to increase recovery.

Glad you've found success, as I have as well! much love
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Old 09-15-2018, 03:52 AM #33
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im gonna give the opposite advice to everyone else, actually work on your calf muscles more so they can tolerate the increased load. do some heavy calf raises and emphasis the eccentric portion of the exercise i.e when you are coming down off of your tip toes. I assume you have tried stretches but what people often overlook is that theres two aspects to the calf muscles and just stretch the gastrocnemius. google some soleus stretches and try them aswell and hold for at least 30 seconds. Cant really provide any advice on footwear without seeing what type of foot youve got (pronated or supinated)
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im gonna give the opposite advice to everyone else, actually work on your calf muscles more so they can tolerate the increased load. do some heavy calf raises and emphasis the eccentric portion of the exercise i.e when you are coming down off of your tip toes. I assume you have tried stretches but what people often overlook is that theres two aspects to the calf muscles and just stretch the gastrocnemius. google some soleus stretches and try them aswell and hold for at least 30 seconds. Cant really provide any advice on footwear without seeing what type of foot youve got (pronated or supinated)
Good advice. I do those types of things now and the problem still exists as before all this happened, which was three years ago.

Since you are aware of the soleus as well as the gastroc, the first signs of "Woah there, fella!" is the medial head of the gastroc will become provoked where it goes behind the hamstring. Those two overlap and at that juncture is where the noticeable signs begin. If it goes beyond that simple symptom then it travels behind my knee to the top of the soleus and lower part of the hamstring.

It is unknown what the root cause of all this is. I've had specialists look at it (foot, knee, hip), high level PT done, etc.

I'm on a constant program of hip, leg and knee mobility. Simple rehab exercises for the leg to do it, and then I also have a program of strength like you suggested. I also work on the quads and hamstrings to try and eliminate any imbalances which may be participating.

So ... who knows? I do appreciate your input, but alas, I'm already doing what you are advising.
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Good advice. I do those types of things now and the problem still exists as before all this happened, which was three years ago.

Since you are aware of the soleus as well as the gastroc, the first signs of "Woah there, fella!" is the medial head of the gastroc will become provoked where it goes behind the hamstring. Those two overlap and at that juncture is where the noticeable signs begin. If it goes beyond that simple symptom then it travels behind my knee to the top of the soleus and lower part of the hamstring.

It is unknown what the root cause of all this is. I've had specialists look at it (foot, knee, hip), high level PT done, etc.

I'm on a constant program of hip, leg and knee mobility. Simple rehab exercises for the leg to do it, and then I also have a program of strength like you suggested. I also work on the quads and hamstrings to try and eliminate any imbalances which may be participating.

So ... who knows? I do appreciate your input, but alas, I'm already doing what you are advising.
thanks man, no worries i hope it gets resolved whatever it is.
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im gonna give the opposite advice to everyone else, actually work on your calf muscles more so they can tolerate the increased load. do some heavy calf raises and emphasis the eccentric portion of the exercise i.e when you are coming down off of your tip toes. I assume you have tried stretches but what people often overlook is that theres two aspects to the calf muscles and just stretch the gastrocnemius. google some soleus stretches and try them aswell and hold for at least 30 seconds. Cant really provide any advice on footwear without seeing what type of foot youve got (pronated or supinated)
^^^^^^^ this for me.
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