Joint Health… Maintenance and Rehab.
I’ve been asked many times about my stance on anti-inflammatory drugs, both cortico and non-steriodal. Simply put, they are not good for you or your performance. Worse, over time, they can be very adverse to your health.
So how about Glucosamine? There’s no supporting studies for it. I don’t take it.
I do take Sinew Plex. Jrod from Next Level suggested I try it. It help speed healing of my shoulder injury, avoiding surgery. I just started going overhead in the last few weeks and I’ve since benched 310lbs, shoulder pressed 205lbs, and jerked 265lbs with zero pain. Far from my maxes, but it’s been over 9 months since I’ve gone heavier than 135lbs and I’d rather err on the side of safety. I’ve recently recommended it to a couple of members, one of which says his injury began feeling better within days. The science is behind it is solid. It is intended for daily use to maintain joint health and help prevent injury. Learn more here.
Snatch Grip Deadlift on risers 5 x 5 (3,0,x,0)
DB Lunges (8L / 8R ) x 5
Bench Press 6 x 5 (2,1,, 2,0)
Front Raises 8 x 4 (2,0,x,2)
3 Rounds for time…
8 Lateral Jumps
5 Plyo Push ups
Complete the CFW Modified Burgerner Warm Up (105lbs, 75lbs) without dropping the bar.
*If you drop the bar, reduce the weight by 10lbs and start over. If you drop the bar, reduce the weight again and start over. Continue this way until you’ve completed the Warm Up, in its entirety, without dropping the bar.