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X-factor is killing my joints :(

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    Unhappy X-factor is killing my joints :(


    Need a little help fella's, im on my second bottle of x-factor and my elbows feel like im on 100mg of ATD. What is usually recommended for taking care of this.

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    fish oil if u can I know the issues with x factor and fish oil which is why i steer clear of it

    and grab some bulk cissus or get some osterosport

    increase water intake as well
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    Yeah. I would use a Cissus based product over an Omega-3. Good call OB..
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    ok thanks, its getting kinda bad actually
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    Don't forget rest is part of an optimum training routine! Don't "push through the pain" when it comes to your joints...that's for muscles and your state of mind only! lol

    And also remember, you can't lift weights if you let your other health issues get out of control...so taking a break to get healthy is better in the long run.

    Good luck man.
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    Cetyl myristoleate (CMO) although i am not to sure on interactions x-factor. it also will help lubricate the joints!
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    Quote Originally Posted by raginfcktard View Post
    Cetyl myristoleate (CMO) although i am not to sure on interactions x-factor. it also will help lubricate the joints!
    Have never heard of this, ill check it out thanks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by raginfcktard View Post
    Cetyl myristoleate (CMO) although i am not to sure on interactions x-factor. it also will help lubricate the joints!
    I'd recommend this as well. It's also known as Celadrin. Check into NOW Foods Celadrin on Nutraplanet.
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    SuperCissus or something similar. I personally like USPlabs stuff but you can get some other products for cheap
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    I ordered the celadrin, hopefully it works. The elbow aching is starting to get annoying, but x-factor is still awesome.
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    Quote Originally Posted by james1 View Post
    I ordered the celadrin, hopefully it works. The elbow aching is starting to get annoying, but x-factor is still awesome.
    It should work almost immediately. Just follow label directions.
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    Quote Originally Posted by james1 View Post
    I ordered the celadrin, hopefully it works. The elbow aching is starting to get annoying, but x-factor is still awesome.
    its good stuff bro...in many high end joint formulas too! i was told it got too expensive cause a german company owns the right to it or some crap like that, which i doubt but highly possible.

    i hope it works out for you!
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    if you know for sure its from x factor and not from training why you choose to use it still? its not that awesome if its messing up your tendons....you will get hurt and you wont be able to goto gym at all do you want that? or take a break from the supp until you feel better then jump back if you think its still worth it?

    not being your father or anything, just trying to put some sense into you brotha!
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    Quote Originally Posted by comacho View Post
    if you know for sure its from x factor and not from training why you choose to use it still? its not that awesome if its messing up your tendons....you will get hurt and you wont be able to goto gym at all do you want that? or take a break from the supp until you feel better then jump back if you think its still worth it?

    not being your father or anything, just trying to put some sense into you brotha!
    Trust me I understand completely, I'm not injuring anything. It's not so much a painful hurt type of feeling, but an aching rusty joint feeling. I have taken x-factor before and had the same problem, It just is worse this time around.
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    I read somewhere that stacking cissus with ArA might decrease the effectiveness of the ArA due to cox-inhibition? But I guess if you're too sore to lift, the product wont be effective anyway..
    IIRC, fish oil is actually alright with x-factor, except the dosage must be kept relatively small.
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    Celadrin should work well. I usually lift lower weights on XF and focus mainly on tearing down muscles. Creating inflammation is good. At the right place though
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aeternitatis View Post
    I'd recommend this as well. It's also known as Celadrin. Check into NOW Foods Celadrin on Nutraplanet.
    This is correct; great product and it will aid in helping with your situation.
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    Yea its in the mail, I'll let you guys know how it works
  

  
 

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