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Approved Log Healing Peptide Stack - My MMA Training LOG

Almost a week in using the peptides. I definitely have felt a reduction in pain and an improvement in my range of motion. I have taken the last three days off to let my knee recover from last weeks training.

Usually I lift 3 times a week, At the moment working strength and focusing on lower body compound lifts. I feel like ive done a great job strengthening my knees since the injury and have no problems lifting heavy with great form.

I will usually do bagwork and padwork and couple times a week with a couple days of sparring mixed in depending on how the knee feels. I havent attempted to grapple at all as I want to just focus on the stand up aspect while recovering.

My diet is primarily a carnivore diet, usually in camp I have to up my carbs because I am training 2-3 times a day. But at the moment because my calorie expenditure is on the low side I am fasting majority of the day and eating one meal. I take collagen power, along with n2guard, vitamin D, zinc, magnesium, calcium and Fish oil.

I have an appointment with my surgeon on the 25th to go over MRI results and the next steps. We have talked about stem cells, clean up or even cortisone shots. So will be interesting to see what she thinks.

Appreciate everyones input here guys!
 
as frustrating as it is I've noticed over the years that you will just spin your wheels going from Doctor to doctor

you really have to find a very good sports doctor who specializes in dealing with specifically athletes

the problem with medicine is that it's not a black and white thing and we see this all the time even at the professional level with athletes where some will blow out their ACL and come back stronger than ever and some will do it and never come back

but to give you the best chance always go with the best doctor example Tom Brady when he had his ACL didn't go up to some doctor that was in his insurance book he went to the best doctor in the world
Thankfully I have everything covered and I have a very good surgeon who works primarily with athletes here in Vegas.
 
I would start taking hgh and make sure you use collagen peptides daily.

Also something I have fond that helps my knees are to walk backwards on a treadmill 1 min at a time while doing my 60 min fasted treadmill sessions. I just go 1 min every 9 min so I get 6 times per session. Really can feel it building strength around the knee.
Yeah I love doing the backwards walk on the treadmill, great warm up for my knees before i get to lifting!
 
Almost a week in using the peptides. I definitely have felt a reduction in pain and an improvement in my range of motion. I have taken the last three days off to let my knee recover from last weeks training.

Usually I lift 3 times a week, At the moment working strength and focusing on lower body compound lifts. I feel like ive done a great job strengthening my knees since the injury and have no problems lifting heavy with great form.

I will usually do bagwork and padwork and couple times a week with a couple days of sparring mixed in depending on how the knee feels. I havent attempted to grapple at all as I want to just focus on the stand up aspect while recovering.

My diet is primarily a carnivore diet, usually in camp I have to up my carbs because I am training 2-3 times a day. But at the moment because my calorie expenditure is on the low side I am fasting majority of the day and eating one meal. I take collagen power, along with n2guard, vitamin D, zinc, magnesium, calcium and Fish oil.

I have an appointment with my surgeon on the 25th to go over MRI results and the next steps. We have talked about stem cells, clean up or even cortisone shots. So will be interesting to see what she thinks.

Appreciate everyones input here guys!
@RoySimpson so how you doing carnivore? you eating a lot of meat or whats your situation?
 
Sorry about the bad news I know how you feel as I've been there before with my shoulder and having to have surgery years ago, just rest it heal it and go easy on it, I wish you all the success with rehab brother.
 
@RoySimpson so how you doing carnivore? you eating a lot of meat or whats your situation?
Yeah eating alot of meat, eggs, cheese and fruit. I drink coffee in the AM and use whole milk in a frother for my latte style coffee that I really enjoy!
 
Yeah eating alot of meat, eggs, cheese and fruit. I drink coffee in the AM and use whole milk in a frother for my latte style coffee that I really enjoy!
@RoySimpson thats cool but how about actual foods and when you eat them, a few meal pics would be nice to see.
 
@RoySimpson thats cool but how about actual foods and when you eat them, a few meal pics would be nice to see.
Pics will be coming soon, I eat alot of ground beef, steaks, lamb chops all grass fed meats. Eggs, fruits. Im recovering from a getting sick and have been fasting the last 3 days. Expect some more updates this week!
 
UPDATE: I have been injecting the BPC-157 & TB-500 into my sore left knee and after taking a solid week off training my knee pain has subsided substantially and the range of motion has improved. I have a meeting with my surgeon to discuss next steps. hoping its just a quick clean up surgery.
 
UPDATE: I have been injecting the BPC-157 & TB-500 into my sore left knee and after taking a solid week off training my knee pain has subsided substantially and the range of motion has improved. I have a meeting with my surgeon to discuss next steps. hoping its just a quick clean up surgery.
@RoySimpson you gots to get collagen in daily with bone broth too.
 
UPDATE:

Saw my surgeon on Monday, MRI for my left knee its arthritis and a meniscus tear. She gave me a cortisone shot to see if that will help with the inflammation and swelling. If that doesnt help I will get surgery and have the knee cleaned up. At the moment I am hoping the injection can get me back to consistent training. Today I was in the hyperbaric chamber and got in front of some red light therapy. Im doing everything possible to help with my recovery as I am hoping to fight in a few months. I truly believe the peptides have been helping which I am grateful about! I have been taking collagen powder daily.
 

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at least now you know the diagnosis that you can go from here hopefully you don't need surgery
 
UPDATE:

Saw my surgeon on Monday, MRI for my left knee its arthritis and a meniscus tear. She gave me a cortisone shot to see if that will help with the inflammation and swelling. If that doesnt help I will get surgery and have the knee cleaned up. At the moment I am hoping the injection can get me back to consistent training. Today I was in the hyperbaric chamber and got in front of some red light therapy. Im doing everything possible to help with my recovery as I am hoping to fight in a few months. I truly believe the peptides have been helping which I am grateful about! I have been taking collagen powder daily.
@RoySimpson you been taking bone broth too?
i hope you can recover no surgery
 
definitely try avoiding a surgery if possible
 
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