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  1. 18yr old - tendinitis in my right throwing elbow. Had since freshmen year in high school and this is my upcoming sophomore semester in college. I also have bad knees from catching in baseball and my wrists are in constant pain from weight lifting (I can't push to open doors. I need to make a fist and push them like that to reduce pain). I have tried almost everything: Cissus, Animal Flex, Orange Triad and a few others. Nothing has seemed to work. I would love a chance to test this product.

  2. 29 male been training off and on for 4 years,I've never had any chronic pain issues due to lifting till i started training seriously for the past 6months.I'm not sure if your product can help,but i can keep some hope sence nothing else seems to work and let me tell u i've spent alot tryn to find sumtn to help with pain.Both of my forearms have a pain that runs the entire length of arm .I'm pretty sure when i started getting pain,I was doing a SUPERSET with preacher curls and when i made it to the 110lb's It felt like they both tore or sumtn at same time,i have sum pain through the day/night but nothing like when its arm day,it hurts.So I would love to try your product.

    Actually while I'm here I can throw another problem of mine at you.Three years ago i was in car wreck that ended up me having to have a titanium rod inserted into left femur and havng pinns put in hip.Needless to say the arthritis alone here is terrible,the pain has really hampered my squats and deadlifts.With these to exercises being such an important part of any mass building routine,I need to be able to do them with-out pain.So if you think your product is up to par I got a couple real big problems it could help me I would love to log for you on a daily basis and give you 100% factual honesty.Thanks again for this opportunity I'm very excited and hoping to be chose.

  3. Off topic a bit but, do you always end up with tendonitis when you have a joint based surgery? it seems that way...

  4. Quote Originally Posted by Zero V View Post
    Off topic a bit but, do you always end up with tendonitis when you have a joint based surgery? it seems that way...
    No, you get tendinitis from an over using (stressing) a tendon causing it to inflame. It also be caused by growth plates pulling on the tendon causing it to inflame during a routine such as pitching. That was what the doctors thought it was for me at first but now my plates are closed.

  5. 23- shoulder and knee pain. I had surgery on my left shoulder to grind off 1/2 inch of my collar bone. As a result there is more movement in that joint and my ligiments are needing to adjust. Also have grinding on the other end of that same collar bone. ( the part that's below your neck) Its a nagging pain. I'm unsure as to what exactly is wrong with my knees but there is daily pain. Some days worse than others. I'm getting ready to train mma again too.

  6. Age: 18 years old


    I have two main problems that i will fuss about as to why i should be a tester.
    First off, I am recovering from a shattered ankle i had a year ago. I fell from 14 feet in the air pole vaulting on to cement and POP went weisel. Anyways, I have just started the basic leg routines again such as squat, deadlift, v squat, and calf raises and it is causing me some discomfort due to my ankle tensing up from not being used as often. I have kept light on it but am looking to start putting heavy weight back on the bar to revamp my legs to their old build.
    Second, This past summer i was working up in colorado for my youth groups Younglife. I was working in the kitchen carrying a 75 LBS pot and smacked my elbow on the corner of a table. This sent me elbow out of place and caused bursitsis to set in on the membrane. This swelled way out of place along with my dislocated elbow. I also needed nerve surgery, but never got it due to time it would take to heal. It is not much pain with what i used to do, but lately i set a new workout that requires heavy weight @ mid to low rep range. Since starting this it now pops and will occasionally lock up.

    below is a picture of my arm, keep in mind my arm is straight down...

  7. Damn, we're all Gimps!

  8. I will toss my name in here. Systemic pain from rheumatoid arthritis. Starting at the shins...shin splints that don't go away no matter what I try. Knees creak and crack and cant get to 90 degrees on my squat. Um, what else? Herniated and degenerated in various verts of my cervical and lumbar regions. Spinal spurs and a curved spine akin to scoliosis that my doc said was caused because I am constantly bracing as if I'm getting side swiped. More cortisone shots in both shoulders than I can count. Elbows shot. Can't curl or chin without paying for it days after. Forearm pain that I can only describe as shin splints above the wrist.

    There's my grocery list. If I was a horse I would have been put down ages ago.

    Oh yeah, a torn hammy that never healed properly and has left a divot under my right glute where the muscle used to be.

  9. 42 yo.

    Rotator Cuff ills. One doctor says partial tear for sure, one says might be a partial tear, one says no tear. In any case, chest and shoulder day is light and painful, and shoulder is stiff/sore all other days. If your cream worked on this shoulder, I'd scream it's merits from the rooftop (virtually speaking, anyway)!!

    Painful knee (took a knee in the Army on too many hidden rocks and tree stumps, I guess). Without enough warmup on leg day, forget about it. With enough warmup, still tweaky.

    Elbow leans towards pain if I work tris too hard. And once it starts hurting it's at least a month before I can work tris again.

  10. I am 27 and I got pain all over from MMA. Both of my shoulders hurt, my neck, my elbows both hurt, right wrist, right hip, right ankle. Most of this is from fighting muay thai, and taking speed while doing it. I luv me some joint products so if anything can heal me and take away my pain It would be a staple in my supplement regimine. I love super cissus and take it twice a day evryday now for the past year and it has given me great results. I would be a great candidate for taking this product. PICK ME
  11. Never enough
    EasyEJL's Avatar

    Quote Originally Posted by djl View Post
    Rotator Cuff ills.
    oh yeah, I forgot that. I can incline press as much (for 1rm) as I can flat press, because rotator cuff pain is what limits me, not muscle.
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  12. 55 yrs old Competed in NPC 84-94
    Blew left ACL after cut block in football;
    Replaced after twenty years. No cartilage left, arthritic.
    Somedays okay, some like kneeling on an icepick.
    Quality of life is low.

  13. Any idea when the 12 will be selected? I'm really excited that i might be able to get on board with this stuff,my work-outs will thank

  14. Ill be picking the 12 tonight!
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  15. Never enough
    EasyEJL's Avatar

    man what a collection we all are. its amazing that we still lift weights. Paraphrasing Niko , if we were horses, most of us would have made our way into dog food at this point.
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  16. Quote Originally Posted by 3clipseGT View Post
    Ill be picking the 12 tonight!
    Dont forget my app!!!!

    Yea its amazeing how many of us to have injuries and we still do what we do. My wife gives me crap at times about "just" lifting or "just" playing baseball etc... when I say something is sore.

    Claiming her old store manager's job put a lot of stress on her body, probably more than I did on mine
    Serious Nutrition Solutions Representative

  17. Bad right shoulder, with prolonged use it aches and throbs when I put it through any ROM. Started up about 6 months ago, cissus has provided some relief but it still hurts pretty bad. Also, lower back hurts like a &##$% most of the time. It gets so bad that I'll sneeze and feel like I just threw out my back. I'd love to be a tester for this. I'd gladly do a log and whatever else LG requires.

    Thanks for the opportunity fellas!

  18. Quote Originally Posted by Pseudonymous View Post
    Damn, we're all Gimps!

    Reading all this makes it look like a list of casualties.

  19. This is indeed timely. if you look at my log you'll see I'm not doing biceps or forearms and today have cut out certain exercise(any chest press, any shoulder press)

    It started two years ago with inner left elbow(Golfers elbow) Ive tryed cissus and many things. this is my major certain. I have minor knee issues and body issuies that creak and ache for time to time; I dont consider these major though. this is because it's limiting my musclegains and ability to train.

    I'm on Naproxen(Nsaid)
    mega dose fish oil
    Hydrolurionic acid
    Flexall 16 % menthol every night before bed
    Physical therapy
    and I see a specialist

    what is the active ingredient(s) ?
    Last edited by John Smeton; 06-05-2008 at 01:34 AM. Reason: flexall every night before bed
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  20. Quote Originally Posted by smeton_yea View Post

    what is the active ingredient(s) ?
    It's all of my collected semen from when I was running Formadrol/Trib Xtreme and pSARM....its a cure all
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  21. Quote Originally Posted by Distilled Water View Post
    It's all of my collected semen from when I was running Formadrol/Trib Xtreme and pSARM....its a cure all
    I hope the gentlemen that extracted it was gentle.

    "Did I say two fingers? Better make it three."

  22. oh boy winners choosen tonight...haha cant wait. i love trying out the different joint and muscle pain relievers.

  23. I'd laugh at how banged up we all are....if it didn't hurt to laugh. Haha. Guess it's true, no pain, no gain.

  24. Here they are guys!

    Mr. 50

    Outside of JMH80and EasyEJL send me your addys!
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  25. Thanks a lot LG!!

    I'm really excited about this!
  26. Never enough
    EasyEJL's Avatar

    My aching back and knees thank you particularly now that i've figured out a way to force myself to do cardio (bought a new bicycle to ride with my older daughter daily)
    Animis Rep

  27. Sweet! Can't wait for this!

  28. I am super excited! and my boxing opponents are super distressed!


  29. awesome! very excited GT!

  30. I'll be the first to say BOOOOO....(not really...I'm just jealous)

    hope this stuff works great for everyone...I'll be paying attention to see everyone's reports.

    Good Luck


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