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    Joint Support supplements


    Hey guys,


    I'm finishing up my list of products to pick up for a cycle of TR3N. I've already looked into liver support, pct, serms, etc but was wondering what people have run for joint support. I've previously done a cycle of a different ph than TR3N without a joint support supplement and noticed my knees would on occasion get achy.

    Any suggestions are appreciated. Thanks

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    http://www.orbitnutrition.com/cart/u...-capsules.html

    Cissus is a favourite of many, Cissux XT is another good one
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    Antaeus Labs Achilles/Controlled Labs Orange Triad/Various Fish Oils/Various Cissus products
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    Joint help and fish oil combo!!!
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    Can't go wrong with some fish oil and CissusXT
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    Quote Originally Posted by luckwithit View Post
    Hey guys,

    I'm finishing up my list of products to pick up for a cycle of TR3N. I've already looked into liver support, pct, serms, etc but was wondering what people have run for joint support. I've previously done a cycle of a different ph than TR3N without a joint support supplement and noticed my knees would on occasion get achy.

    Any suggestions are appreciated. Thanks
    My go to typically is Universal's Jointment Sport on a budget. Also, you could look into ALLMAX Allflex, which differs from your typical glucosamine/chondroitin, and has both rapid and sustained release.
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    http://www.orbitnutrition.com/cart/c...0-tablets.html Been using this for over 3 yrs now promote the heck out of it. Solid and all around good supp. Help me a lot with tennis elbow joint problem.

    Quote Originally Posted by luckwithit View Post
    Hey guys,


    I'm finishing up my list of products to pick up for a cycle of TR3N. I've already looked into liver support, pct, serms, etc but was wondering what people have run for joint support. I've previously done a cycle of a different ph than TR3N without a joint support supplement and noticed my knees would on occasion get achy.

    Any suggestions are appreciated. Thanks
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    I use Achilles year-round and it works very well for me. Many other people swear by it as well. If you want a single ingredient though, cissus is the way to go.
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    Achilles was great for me along with E-Pharm's Joint Force on the area that was causing issues. For me it was my achilles.
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    Cissus XT and some NOW Topical Celadrin and you should be gtg

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    I would look into flexible by formutech. Great formula, economical and works. Has a gram of cissus as well
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    Ive run both Flexible and Animal Flex, and ime AF>Flexible
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    GLC2000 and Actistatin both by the same company.

    Nutrabio makes a great joint supplement as well.
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    theres another thread you should check out comparing joint help and achillies....both seem like good options
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    Woah, thanks for the suggestions. Looks like I have quite a bit of reading to do in the next few days!
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    Fish oil and Orange Triad for me. Animal Flex is a great option too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by luckwithit View Post
    Woah, thanks for the suggestions. Looks like I have quite a bit of reading to do in the next few days!
    My vote goes to joint help due to the paractin inclusion for immediate pain relief.

    Regardless, any question.. feel free to ask!

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    After some reading, I believe I'm going to go with iForce Nutrition Joint Help. Thanks to all for the feedback
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    I've been using FINAFLEX multi and its helped with my creaky joints quite a bit, along with having a great ingredient profile for heart, liver and prostate.

    When the joints get too rough I go for animal flex though.
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    I'd look into Core Flex, great ingredient profile.
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    Animal Flex hands down. Had awful shoulder pain everytime I did chest/shoulders, so bad that I had to cut the majority of my sessions short. after a week or two, completely gone.

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