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    Joint Fixx™ for Aggressive Weight Training!

    • Supports Heavy & Aggressive Training
    • Formulated for Daily Use
    • Next Generation Joint Formula



    What is Joint Fixx™
    Joint Fixx(TM) is a potent cartilage repair supplement specifically formulated for aggressive weight training.

    Why is Joint Fixx™ Superior to Other Similar Products
    There are no other joint repair products in sports nutrition that use three (3) of the newest and most potent cartilage aids that are completely unknown to aggressive weight trainers a competitive athletes.

    How Does Joint Fixx™ Work
    Asu, Turmeric and Hyaluronic Acid have been linked to positively affect epidermis, mucosa and collagen of the skin and bone through minimizing inflammation and cartilage damage from the day-to-day trauma of heavy lifting and athletic endeavors.

    What Makes Joint Fixx™ the Strongest on the Market
    The synergistic effect of the four (4) ingredients acts as an overall force field to protect your joints from heavy day to day trauma that can wear your body down over the course of aggressive, chronic weight training and athletic activities.


    Why Should I buy Joint Fixx™
    Simply put – There is no other joint support supplement on the market that can deliver bodybuilders and athletes safe, effective, efficient and REAL protection like Joint Fixx™ can.

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    By the way we have not finished the technical write up yet, but ASU is somewhat new to the bodybuilding community. But here is some solid research as to why we chose this as the primary ingredient in Joint Fixx. But overall ASU > chondroitin sulfate.

    The unique ingredient I was referring too was the ASU blend, which is avocado and soybean unsaponifiables. In addition we have added tumeric/curcumin 95%, and hyaluronic acid to top it all off (and piperine because it improves curcumin bioavailability).

    Comparing it to chondroitin sulfate, with knee joint pain:

    Clin Rheumatol. 2010 Jun;29(6):659-70. Epub 2010 Feb 24.
    Efficacy and safety of piascledine 300 versus chondroitin sulfate in a 6 months treatment plus 2 months observation in patients with osteoarthritis of the knee.

    Pavelka K, Coste P, Géher P, Krejci G.
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    To investigate that a 6-month treatment with avocado soybean unsaponifiable (Piascledine 300 mg) once daily is as effective as with chondroitin sulfate 400 mg three times daily in femorotibial gonarthrosis, and also the carry-over effect for two more months is comparable. Patients were randomized (1:1) to the treatment groups. They received for 6 months 3 capsules chondroitin sulfate per day or one capsule of avocado soybean unsaponifiable (ASU) in a double-dummy technique. A 2-month post-treatment period followed to determine the carry-over effect. Primary efficacy criterion was the change of the WOMAC-index from study begin to end of treatment. Secondary criteria were the changes in Lequesne-index, pain on active movement and at rest, global assessment of efficacy. Three hundred sixty-four patients have been taken up into the trial. Three hundred sixty one patients were eligible for evaluation. One hundred eighty three received ASU 300 mg once daily, one hundred seventy eight chondroitin sulfate three times daily. The WOMAC-index decreased in both groups for approx. 50% to the end of therapy. During the post-treatment observation there was a further slight improvement. There was no statistical significant difference between the treatment groups during the entire observation. All other observed parameters showed the same pattern. The daily intake of rescue medication was reduced continuously. Overall efficacy has been rated excellent and good in more than 80% of the patients in both groups. Both drugs were safe and well tolerated. The first direct comparison between avocado soybean unsaponifiable 300 mg once daily and chondroitin sulfate three times daily reveiled no difference in efficacy or safety aspects between 1 capsule ASU 300 mg per day and 3 capsules chondroitin sulfate per day. It can be assumed that the once daily intake of ASU will lead to a better compliance in routine therapy.

    PMID: 20179981 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]
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    Ortop Traumatol Rehabil. 2003 Apr 30;5(2):248-51.Application of avocado/soybean unsaponifiable mixtures (piascledine) in treatment of patients with osteoarthritis.

    Kucharz EJ.
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    Katedra i Klinika Chorób Wewnetrznych, Slaska Akademia Medyczna, Katowice.

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    Mixture of nonsaponifiable components of avocado and soybean oils known as piascledine is a drug applied is patients with osteoarthritis. The drug combine properties of structure modifying drug with symptom modifying drug.<br /> Piascledine was shown to enhance collagen and proteoglycan synthesis and to decrease synthesis of fibronectin by cultured in vitro chondrocytes. Moreover, the drug inhibits release and activity of metalloproteinases and proinflammatory cytokines, a key factors involved in development of osteoarthritis.<br /> Well controlled clinical trials evidenced that piascledine improves functional indices and results a decrease in pain as well as in diminished analgesic drug demand in patients with osteoarthritis. Administration of the drug within two years resulted in delayed destruction of the joints as shown in radiological evaluation. Application of piascledine is very well tolerated medication.

    PMID: 18034015 [PubMed - in process]
    A meta analysis regarding lower pack pain relief...

    Phytother Res. 2007 Jul;21(7):675-83.Evidence of effectiveness of herbal antiinflammatory drugs in the treatment of painful osteoarthritis and chronic low back pain.

    Chrubasik JE, Roufogalis BD, Chrubasik S.
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    Institute of Forensic Medicine, University of Freiburg im Breisgau, Albertstr. 9 79104 Freiburg im Breisgau, Germany. jec2142@columbia.edu

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    Treatment with herbal medicines is very popular in Europe. In order to get information on the evidence of effectiveness of oral herbal medicines in the treatment of pain in the joints or lower back, OVID(MEDLINE), PUBMED and COCHRANE COLLABORATION LIBRARY were searched back to 1985 for systematic reviews. The level of evidence of effectiveness was defined as strong - at least two confirmatory studies demonstrating a clinical relevant effect, moderate - one confirmatory study with a clinical relevant effect and/or multiple exploratory studies of good quality; otherwise the evidence was insufficient or conflicting in the case of inconsistent findings. Fifteen systematic reviews were identified. The evidence of effectiveness was strong for a proprietary unsaponifiable avocado soybean fraction and Harpagophytum preparations containing > 50 mg harpagoside in the daily dosage, moderate for ginger and a proprietary rose hip and seed powder, insufficient for Boswellia serrata gum resin and other herbal preparations and inconsistent for a proprietary willow bark extract. Further rigorous studies are required to confirm the usefulness of herbal medicines in the treatment of osteoarthritic complaints and chronic low back pain in order to enable acceptance of the herbal medicines into the treatment guidelines.
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    And here is a free full text if anyone is really interested in Avocado Soybean unsaponifiable:Osteoarthritis and nutrition. From nutraceuticals to functional foods: a systematic review of the scientific evidence
    Arthritis Res Ther. 2006;8(4):R127.Osteoarthritis and nutrition. From nutraceuticals to functional foods: a systematic review of the scientific evidence.Ameye LG, Chee WS.SourceNutrition and Health Department, Nestlé Research Center, Vers-chez-les-Blanc, 1000 Lausanne 26, Switzerland. laurent.ameye@rdls.nestle.comAbstractThe scientific and medical community remains skeptical regarding the efficacy of nutrition for osteoarthritis despite their broad acceptation by patients. In this context, this paper systematically reviews human clinical trials evaluating the effects of nutritional compounds on osteoarthritis. We searched the Medline, Embase, and Biosis databases from their inception to September 2005 using the terms random, double-blind method, trial, study, placebo, and osteoarthritis. We selected all peer-reviewed articles reporting the results of randomised human clinical trials (RCTs) in osteoarthritis that investigated the effects of oral interventions based on natural molecules. Studies on glucosamine and chondroitin sulfate were excluded. The quality of the RCTs was assessed with an osteoarthritic-specific standardised set of 12 criteria and a validated instrument. A best-evidence synthesis was used to categorise the scientific evidence behind each nutritional compound as good, moderate, or limited. A summary of the most relevant in vitro and animal studies is used to shed light on the potential mechanisms of action. Inclusion criteria were met by 53 RCTs out of the 2,026 identified studies. Good evidence was found for avocado soybean unsaponifiables. Moderate evidence was found for methylsulfonylmethane and SKI306X, a ****tail of plant extracts. Limited evidence was found for the Chinese plant extract duhuo jisheng Wan, cetyl myristoleate, lipids from green-lipped mussels, and plant extracts from Harpagophytum procumbens. Overall, scientific evidence exists for some specific nutritional interventions to provide symptom relief to osteoarthritic patients. It remains to be investigated whether nutritional compounds can have structure-modifying effects.PMID: 16859534 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE] PMCID: PMC1779427 Free PMC Article
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    i'll be lookn into this....
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    Joint fixx looks solid bro...I might pick some up for my next epi cycle
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    Would be awesome if this finishes healing my RC man! The Cissus has helped but not all the way yet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by taman6886 View Post
    Would be awesome if this finishes healing my RC man! The Cissus has helped but not all the way yet.
    Cissus is alright stuff...just have to take it quantities of grams.
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    I love me some joint supps.
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    Looks like some good stuff!! Might have to look into this.
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    Give it a try guys we are confident you will like this. Most of the research only used 300mg's of ASU per serving but we gave you 600mgs per serving. So for many it could be a 60 day supply for only 14.97!
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    Would this help with chronic problems like tendonitis and burcitis? Also I started my Ursobolic log if you wanna check it out
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    for that price I might try it on these old bones
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    definitely gunna keep an eye on this
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    I'm stocking up for my next epi cycle lol...
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    How long this sale will last??
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cool View Post
    Would this help with chronic problems like tendonitis and burcitis? Also I started my Ursobolic log if you wanna check it out
    My Ursol-xt gone hurt y'all lets seeQ
    Tendinitis is usually the result of overuse (ex tennis elbow), but it will still help. ASU hasn't specifically been tested in situations like that but it acts like an anti inflammatory and has been shown to reduce NSAID reliance. It also contains hyaluronic acid which does have some positive research related to tendonitis. Overall if you have bad "joints and tendons" Joint Fixx is going to provide relief.

    I'm following your log. I haven't posted simply because I'm not a huge fan of cheerleading logs like some reps do especially when there is already a level of bias for getting the product free. But if you post questions in there I will definitely answer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by punjabimunde View Post
    How long this sale will last??
    Just through the weekend. Boss is at the Arnold so why not have a sale why he's out. :-D
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    Check out this product at the Arnold today if you are there!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Royd The Noyd

    Just through the weekend. Boss is at the Arnold so why not have a sale why he's out. :-D
    Just bought some new Body Mortar from the boss. $10!
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    More:

    Osteoarthritis Cartilage. 2011 Jan;19(1):1-21. Epub 2010 Oct 28.
    Nutraceuticals: do they represent a new era in the management of osteoarthritis? - a narrative review from the lessons taken with five products.

    Henrotin Y, Lambert C, Couchourel D, Ripoll C, Chiotelli E.
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    OBJECTIVES:

    The aim of this first global systematic review on selected nutraceuticals was to synthesize and evaluate scientific relevant data available in the literature. Evidences that can support health, physiological or functional benefit on osteoarthritis (OA) were gathered and the level of evidence relative to each of these ingredients was highlighted.
    METHODOLOGY:

    Relevant scientific data (positive or not) regarding OA were searched for five groups of compounds (avocado/soybean unsaponifiables (ASU), n-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids, collagen hydrosylates (CHs), vitamin D, polyphenols) within preclinical (in vitro and in vivo), epidemiological, and clinical studies. The following criteria were evaluated to assess the methodology quality of each study: (1) study question; (2) study population; (3) primary endpoint; (4) study design (randomization, control, blinding, duration of follow up); (5) data analysis and interpretation. A scientific consensus was determined for all studied nutraceuticals to evaluate their efficacy in OA.
    RESULTS:

    The studied compounds demonstrated different potencies in preclinical studies. Most of them have demonstrated anti-catabolic and anti-inflammatory effects by various inhibitory activities on different mediators. Vitamin D showed a pro-catabolic effect in vitro and the polyphenol, Genistein, had only anti-inflammatory potency. The evaluation of the clinical data showed that ASU was the only one of the studied ingredients to present a good evidence of efficacy, but the efficient formulation was considered as a drug in some countries. Pycnogenol showed moderate evidence of efficacy, and vitamin D and collagen hydrolysate demonstrated a suggestive evidence of efficacy, whereas curcumin, epigallocatechin-3-gallate (EGCG) and resveratrol had only preclinical evidence of efficacy due to the lack of clinical data. The literature gathered for n-3 PUFA, nobiletin and genistein was insufficient to conclude for their efficacy in OA.
    CONCLUSION:

    Additional data are needed for most of the studied nutraceuticals. Studies of good quality are needed to draw solid conclusions regarding their efficacy but nutraceuticals could represent good alternates for OA management. Their use should be driven by any recommendations.
    Copyright © 2010 Osteoarthritis Research Society International. Published by Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.
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    Hm. Interesting studies.
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    i don't know how legit your company is. but, i'm interested in new joint supps, as i have major joint issues. i'm not trying to dis you guys. i've just never used your products and don't hear much talk about them either.

    i will say, the lime green on the labels is frickin' awesome.
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    I just started using Joint Fixx today. We'll see how it goes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kaikara View Post
    I just started using Joint Fixx today. We'll see how it goes.
    please keep me updated, bro. very interested.
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    im gonna have to look into this, very instresting thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by uforce View Post
    i don't know how legit your company is. but, i'm interested in new joint supps, as i have major joint issues. i'm not trying to dis you guys. i've just never used your products and don't hear much talk about them either.

    i will say, the lime green on the labels is frickin' awesome.
    How old are you out of curiosity? And what joint issues do you experience?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Royd The Noyd View Post
    How old are you out of curiosity? And what joint issues do you experience?

    Lime Green avatar ftw
    i'll be 36 in a month. i have Osteoarthritis in my hip. i look for anything that will give some relief.
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    Quote Originally Posted by uforce View Post
    i'll be 36 in a month. i have Osteoarthritis in my hip. i look for anything that will give some relief.
    This should definitely help. At the very minimum reduce your need for nsaids (if you even use them).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Royd The Noyd View Post
    This should definitely help. At the very minimum reduce your need for nsaids (if you even use them).
    well, i just deal with the pain day to day. but, if i know i'm going to be doing something to aggravate it worse, i will use nsaids. i basically have a range of motion where it doesn't hurt too bad. i always try to stay in that range. but, wow, when i extend too far past the range, its pain city.
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    gotta try this,ordered already
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    Quote Originally Posted by uforce View Post
    i don't know how legit your company is. but, i'm interested in new joint supps, as i have major joint issues. i'm not trying to dis you guys. i've just never used your products and don't hear much talk about them either.

    i will say, the lime green on the labels is frickin' awesome.
    AMS is a very good company with good products, I'd recommend them to anyone i know.
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    Interested!

    Hey Royd, quick question: would this be useful for rotator cuff problem?
    I hurt my left shoulder some weeks ago and it still hurts (because of course I've been
    keep training like nothing happened lol).
    I've never had joints problems before and I just bought my very first joint support product
    few days ago (Animal Flex), so far tho' pain is still there..
    I'm pretty sure AMS is carried in EU as well but I can't remember what store(s),
    could you point me out where I could get it?
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    What about like tennis or golfer elbow.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AutoKal47 View Post
    Interested!

    Hey Royd, quick question: would this be useful for rotator cuff problem?
    I hurt my left shoulder some weeks ago and it still hurts (because of course I've been
    keep training like nothing happened lol).
    I've never had joints problems before and I just bought my very first joint support product
    few days ago (Animal Flex), so far tho' pain is still there..
    I'm pretty sure AMS is carried in EU as well but I can't remember what store(s),
    could you point me out where I could get it?
    Unfortunately ASU is classified as a drug in France, so I don't think we are shipping it overseas at this point. I'll double check though. What country are you in?

    Also do you regularly do external rotations? It will help with your shoulder issues but it may not ever heal it if you continue doing whatever it is that caused the problem. I've dealt with shoulder impingements and eventually you figure out your imbalances and it's just a matter of doing the boring stuff that keeps them healthy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by scw538 View Post
    What about like tennis or golfer elbow.
    Same concept as above. It will reduce inflammatory markers and increase/stimulate the synthesis of cartilage matrix components within the joint. I'd be more specific but most of the research with ASU has been on knees, hips, and lower backs. But a lot of the same concepts apply.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Royd The Noyd View Post
    Unfortunately ASU is classified as a drug in France, so I don't think we are shipping it overseas at this point. I'll double check though. What country are you in?

    Also do you regularly do external rotations? It will help with your shoulder issues but it may not ever heal it if you continue doing whatever it is that caused the problem. I've dealt with shoulder impingements and eventually you figure out your imbalances and it's just a matter of doing the boring stuff that keeps them healthy.
    Like I said i've never had joints/shoulder probs before, one - chest - day I hurt myself while loading DB for a press set and
    my shoulder bothered me since then (more than a month ago)..
    It got much better but is still not perfect :/

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