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junevarn
Saturday, November 4, 2006, 8:42pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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Hi all,

I have a lot of muscle soreness after exercise and shortened tendons. Does anyone have experience with Connectivar or Deflect for this problem?

Thanks,
June

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try magnesium! )

do you do enough stretching after you workout?


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Bromelain may be another option to assist with exercise soreness.

Be cognizant of the exercise frequencies/length periods as outlined in ER, LR, or a particular Health Series book.

Alia


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Chondroitin&Glucosamine + Magnesium + or MSM or/and ....B-complex...... a bath with epson salt would my rrroostersi say I guess  and some arnicacream on topic
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What kind of exercising are you doing?  Is it blood-type compatible?  Are you going out and running 6 miles like an O would?  That'll kill most of us As.  Gentle exercises for As shouldn't cause any trouble.


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Good point, Ribbit.

I like to exercise daily, and I am cognizant that if I do not watch my intensity and duration, I can become exhausted from whatever I'm doing whether it's aerobics, pilates, or lifting light weights. The only type of exercise that doesn't wipe me out is yoga, but I have never done more than an one hour session of yoga.

It's so important for A's to keep track of our exercise regime. A definite sign for me that I am overexercising over any given any period is exhaustion and a little soreness after exercising. I know when I exercise properly, I feel calmer and rejuvenated.

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No matter what type of exercise I do, even yoga I am sore the next day.

June
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No matter what type of exercise I do, even yoga I am sore the next day.

June


What type of stretching do you do?


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I do yoga and I stretch after I exercise, hamstring stretches, quad and glute stretches etc.

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Is vinegar completely out of your diet?  Do you have yeast issues?  These two things can really affect your muscles.


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