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Old 05-08-2013, 03:51 PM
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Post Five Ways to Boost Tendon Strength and Health

Tendons are tissues the connect muscle to bone. The fibrous tissue of tendons are not very well vascularized, meaning they have poor blood flow. Blood delivers nutrients to the tissue but waste products don’t get removed as efficiently as in more vascularized tissues such as muscles. Poor blood flow and lack of efficient waste removal can lead to impaired healing when tendons are injured.

The strategies of conventional medicine (resting the injured joint or getting steroid injections into the injured tendon) will only lead to longer term problems and pain even if they provide short-term relief. Immobilizing the joint in question will exacerbate the waste removal problems and lead to weakening of the surrounding muscles and connective tissue.

Here are five ways to boost tendon strength and health.

1. Take Gotu Kola
I was introduced to the benefits of gotu kola for tendon health by my mentor Robert Crayhon. Giving gotu kola to clients who have had tendon repairs speeds the healing process because it improves blood flow. I have heard many stories of amazed looks from the surgeon on how fast my clients have recovered after taking gotu kola.

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Thanks Admin. I'm nursing an elbow now. Dam 125 DB
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Thanks Admin. I'm nursing an elbow now. Dam 125 DB
Having the same issue myself. Doing hammer curls I felt something pop in my elbow and can still feel it 6 months later. Went from 125 hammers to barely being able to a full set of 35's. Might have to break down and go see a doc here eventually. Going to try all these first, though.
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Thanks for posting Admin...lots of good info!
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thanks for the post ,, i am to going through serious pain in my elbow and it has really hindered my training... i def. will try these options.. and i hope to god they work... thanks the 67
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