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Bodybuilding Science Review - Issue #12

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For the New Year, I resolved to heal my join pain. I kept training as usual, except I just stopped al
 

Bodybuilding Science Review

January 14 · Issue #12 · View online
Hypertrophy|Strength|Nutrition

For the New Year, I resolved to heal my join pain. I kept training as usual, except I just stopped all sets 1 rep sooner (for example, 225 lbs x 10 reps on the squat became 225 lbs x 9 reps). It’s been 2 weeks now, and I don’t hurt as much. It’s a big relief, and I’ll be able to push hard again, pain-free. You might want to try it out if your joins hurts, too.

Talk soon,

Carl Juneau, PhD

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