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    Anyway to find out if this is gluten free?
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    Quote Originally Posted by AZMIDLYF View Post
    Anyway to find out if this is gluten free?
    I am 99% sure it is as gluten is a wheat product but I will make certain and get back to you tomorrow.
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    Thx champ!
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    Quote Originally Posted by AZMIDLYF View Post
    Anyway to find out if this is gluten free?
    It is 100% gluten free. Verified.
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    Thank You sir! 2 bottles inbound
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    Quote Originally Posted by AZMIDLYF View Post
    Thank You sir! 2 bottles inbound
    Awesome. Based on use and reviews, i can honestly say enjoy the relief!
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    Quote Originally Posted by AZMIDLYF
    Thank You sir! 2 bottles inbound
    Very nice and enjoy
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    Just got the shipped e-mail! Gigidy
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    Quote Originally Posted by AZMIDLYF View Post
    Just got the shipped e-mail! Gigidy
    Gigidy Gigidy! (for each bottle) lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by BB12 View Post
    Like a school girl crush...
    Haha!!
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    I've been having shoulder issues for 2-3 months now that seem to never quite get better. It's not bad enough to go to the Dr so I dont have an official diagnosis but it seems from my arm chair research that it's probably bursitis.

    I know you can't make an official proclimation but is it possible that this will help relieve it?

    I had previously been taking cissus for all my injuries and it worked great but doesn't seem to be putting a dent in this one. Same with Animal Flex, Joint Fixx those being my other standby's and really nothing is working.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rambo679 View Post
    I've been having shoulder issues for 2-3 months now that seem to never quite get better. It's not bad enough to go to the Dr so I dont have an official diagnosis but it seems from my arm chair research that it's probably bursitis.

    I know you can't make an official proclimation but is it possible that this will help relieve it?

    I had previously been taking cissus for all my injuries and it worked great but doesn't seem to be putting a dent in this one. Same with Animal Flex, Joint Fixx those being my other standby's and really nothing is working.
    Sorry to thear that bro. I've delt/deal with bursitis as well and i can honestly say that time off has been what has helped me in the past. AJR has helped relieve pain for many people but if it is something that may need surgery you should may visit the Dr.

    Depending on the severity of the bursitis you can recover. I would ice it, rest it, and rehab it. AJR will be the cherry on top
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    Well that's all I needed to hear, it's as good as bought! Thanks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by rambo679 View Post
    Well that's all I needed to hear, it's as good as bought! Thanks!
    lol! I wish you the best.

    The best thing you can do is rehab exercises to increase blood flow to that area.

    Range of motion exercises:

    1. Find a sturdy surface, such as a table, counter or the frame of a sofa. Rest your non-injured arm on the surface and allow your injured arm to hang as you bend over at the waist.
    2. Relax your injured arm and draw circles in the air with your arm -- first clockwise five to 10 times, then counterclockwise.
    3. Swing your arm side to side slowly and gently, then back and forth.


    Repeat these exercises five to 10 times per day as part of your shoulder bursitis rehabilitation.

    Side Pulls

    This exercise is designed to strengthen the shoulder muscles after you've regained range of motion in your shoulder.

    • Stand with your injured arm next to the cables and hold the single arm handle in your hand.
    • Bend your arm at a 90-degree angle and pull your hand across your stomach slowly. You should feel resistance in your shoulder as you keep your upper arm straight and close to your body.
    • Return your arm to the starting position and repeat 10 to 12 times before allowing your arm to rest.


    Lastly, DB shoulder shruggs will help strengthen those shoulder muscles

    Hope this helps!
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    Excellent advise
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    Quote Originally Posted by BB12 View Post
    Excellent advise
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    Quote Originally Posted by emekajokammor View Post
    lol! I wish you the best.

    The best thing you can do is rehab exercises to increase blood flow to that area.

    Range of motion exercises:

    1. Find a sturdy surface, such as a table, counter or the frame of a sofa. Rest your non-injured arm on the surface and allow your injured arm to hang as you bend over at the waist.
    2. Relax your injured arm and draw circles in the air with your arm -- first clockwise five to 10 times, then counterclockwise.
    3. Swing your arm side to side slowly and gently, then back and forth.


    Repeat these exercises five to 10 times per day as part of your shoulder bursitis rehabilitation.

    Side Pulls

    This exercise is designed to strengthen the shoulder muscles after you've regained range of motion in your shoulder.

    • Stand with your injured arm next to the cables and hold the single arm handle in your hand.
    • Bend your arm at a 90-degree angle and pull your hand across your stomach slowly. You should feel resistance in your shoulder as you keep your upper arm straight and close to your body.
    • Return your arm to the starting position and repeat 10 to 12 times before allowing your arm to rest.


    Lastly, DB shoulder shruggs will help strengthen those shoulder muscles

    Hope this helps!
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    Quote Originally Posted by 3clipseGT View Post
    Awesome advice. Im going to file this away in my memory bank.
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    Quote Originally Posted by emekajokammor View Post
    lol! I wish you the best.

    The best thing you can do is rehab exercises to increase blood flow to that area.

    Range of motion exercises:

    1. Find a sturdy surface, such as a table, counter or the frame of a sofa. Rest your non-injured arm on the surface and allow your injured arm to hang as you bend over at the waist.
    2. Relax your injured arm and draw circles in the air with your arm -- first clockwise five to 10 times, then counterclockwise.
    3. Swing your arm side to side slowly and gently, then back and forth.


    Repeat these exercises five to 10 times per day as part of your shoulder bursitis rehabilitation.

    Side Pulls

    This exercise is designed to strengthen the shoulder muscles after you've regained range of motion in your shoulder.

    • Stand with your injured arm next to the cables and hold the single arm handle in your hand.
    • Bend your arm at a 90-degree angle and pull your hand across your stomach slowly. You should feel resistance in your shoulder as you keep your upper arm straight and close to your body.
    • Return your arm to the starting position and repeat 10 to 12 times before allowing your arm to rest.


    Lastly, DB shoulder shruggs will help strengthen those shoulder muscles

    Hope this helps!
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    Quote Originally Posted by emekajokammor View Post
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    Enjoying my AJR personally, Went heavy on squats last Sat with no fear. 585 x 4. I knew i had reinforment lol!
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    Quote Originally Posted by emekajokammor View Post
    Enjoying my AJR personally, Went heavy on squats last Sat with no fear. 585 x 4. I knew i had reinforment lol!
    My wife loves AJR. She has had a bad shoulder injury for years. The last 2 months she has been using AJR and her shoulder movement is much better and with much less pain.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Clickster View Post
    My wife loves AJR. She has had a bad shoulder injury for years. The last 2 months she has been using AJR and her shoulder movement is much better and with much less pain.
    Thats awesome! Shoulders are usually the first to give people issues because of all the stress on that small joint and socket. Happy you guys have found help and relief in AJR
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    I've been on it since friday, I'll update you guys on any progress.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rambo679 View Post
    I've been on it since friday, I'll update you guys on any progress.
    Sweeet!

    Let us know how it goes. And those exercises should provide some additional help.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rambo679 View Post
    I've been on it since friday, I'll update you guys on any progress.

    Definitely keep us updated!
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