The body rebuilding itself after injury or training stimulus.

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Possible overtraining

I have been following the below mentioned regime since June Upper Body (A) - Dumbbell Shoulder press, Incline Push ups, Barbell rows Lower body (B) - Goblet squat, Barbell deadlift, dumbbell lunges ...
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How to Treat Impinged Rotator Cuff?

I'm 6 weeks into a beginner barbell program (Stronglifts 5x5) and have recently hit a wall in my overhead press at 75lbs. Over the last week or so I've had pain in my left shoulder - matching an ...
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Recovering from Sport-trauma (shoulder/neck injury with stiffness/pain) with Multivitamins, Salts and Omega3?

I got an illegal hit in Rugby football to my neck making it totally stiff and immobile. I took a multivitamin having Mg, Zinc, Kalium, other salts and B vitamins which was really an immediate help: my ...
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Correct form for eccentric squats on slant board for treating patellar tendonitis

In the book by Martin Koban "Beating Patellar Tendonitis" the correct form for eccentric squats on a slant board for treating patellar tendonitis involves having the shins as vertical as possible with ...
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Magnesium intake after training in the evening?

I am building mass with high protein intake (my mass 80 kg so about 100-120g) per day and much water (3-5 l per day). Assume you forgot to take your magnesium in the morning. I am thinking magnesium ...
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Recovery plan of chronic lower back stiffness in Tennis

Most tennis players have some aspects of lower back stiffness. I think the key to become a successful tennis player is a balance between rest and playing - recovering during play and between plays ...
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Why inguinal area painful after abdominal training?

I am not sure what is this area exactly called but the pain seem to be radiating like to an area when on supine position, not when sitting or standing. The area recovers fast. I would like to ...
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Workout without undermining recovery from BBS workout

I have been reading the book "Body By Science" (summarized in the question Troubleshooting "Body By Science" workout) and so far have one such "big-5" workout under my belt (it was awesome ...