see if your insurance will cover this, it's AMAZING, again A FUCKING MAZING.
Pretty sure the rule is ice for the first 48 hours to prevent swelling, heat after that(to increase blood flow?)
im not trying to be a dick, but YOU have to look at things from MY point of view now, lol
ok, back to nerding it up. if you respond, i wont respond back till tomorrow most likely
the price of freedom is eternal vigilance
No I understand your point of view. sorry... started using "you" in the general sense while talking. I was directing it at everyone, not just you. Love you much.
Side note- I'm all for picking healthier choices than not, as long as it doesn't become a mental disorder.
Edit: Yeah, I know about.com, but it has some good descriptions about what I'm talking about. http://sportsmedicine.about.com/cs/rehab/a/rice.htm
Edit: For some reference I strained my bicep really bad once from doing too many curls one day and it swelled up like a balloon. I had to ice it every day for a nearly a week before the swelling was gone and I didn't get much strength back until about a month after the injury had occurred. So just be patient with it because these injuries can take some time before they're better and even then you probably won't be back at 100%.
i'll say it again, any sort of soft tissue injury... go get active release techniques, find a practitioner near you and give it a whirl. you have meat's personal guarantee that it'll help tremendously.
Will YOU personally give us a full refund if it doesn't work?
Since I've started to really eat healthy, i feel like my palette has grown tremendously, wherein before i need some high sodium, high fat junk to appreciate taste. Something as simple as idk grilled asparagus with evoo is now amazingly mouthwatering to me. when i crave now it's usually steak with some sea salt or some worst case some pinot noir sorbet.
Sath what kind of supplements are you taking? And how much sleep do you get every night? You're going for muscle growth right? If so, how many calories a day are you eating?
I had red velvet cake flavored ice cream and cheese fries on saturday and I'm still losing weight lol. I just subbed out some calories from a snack later, and made sure to eat small amounts/portions of each. Indulging is very doable on a very frequent basis if you make sure to practice moderation with it.