"Stretching and light massage definitely cannot hurt!
You can also try Glucosamine and Chondroitin. Many people claimed significant results and it also cannot hurt. Sources of glucosamine include:
-Soup from boiled whole chicken (My personal…"
"I have never taken a complete ice bath, but using the ice dip procedure from the tendonitis expert cured my tennis elbow/ tendonitis and made me stronger than ever. I use a cold finish shower after I play and it helps keep the tightness and soreness…"
Hey guys - it's time for another open discussion: ice baths (or water immersion)I was curious to get everyone's opinion on the topic because it seems ice baths are still very popular with some tennis players and coaches. I'm really interested with the details behind it, since scientists opinions are so spread out. Some say…See More
"This is very important to me as I have a demanding job and home life with 2 young children and a dog who expects his long walks. In order to play my best on the court and have fresh legs for my active life these are the things I do…"
"I'm not sure what you mean by tool, however you do have to make sure you eat a wide variety. The amounts of fruits, veges, whole grains, legumes, nuts, seeds I eat daily easily cover vitamins, minerals and the essenetial amino acids the body…"
"Hey Shereef, that's good news, I'm happy for you. I don't know many people that managed to adapt to meatless life. I wonder if you find it complicated to get all of the 9 EAA'S, the top 30 vitamins, nutrients and minerals... Do…"
"Hey Kevin, I add nothing to my smoothies. My favorite smoothie has almond milk, banana, orange, mango or peach, carrots, mixed berries, and kale. I get all my aminos/protein from a variety of legumes/beans, fruits and veges. I used to be a regular…"