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There are times that we experience muscle pain, sometimes mild and sometimes severe. Muscle aches and pains are common and can involve more than one muscle. Muscle pain can also involve ligaments, tendons, and fascia, the soft tissues that connect muscles, bones, and organs.

The most common causes of muscle aches and pains are injury or trauma, sprains and strains, using a muscle too much, too soon, too often and tension or stress. Muscle pain may also be due to certain drugs, imbalances like too little potassium or calcium, Fibromyalgia, infections and many more.

There are various home measures that you may want to consider when you’re experiencing muscle pain:

– For muscle pain from overuse or injury, rest the affected body part. Apply ice for the first 24 – 72 hours of an injury to reduce pain and inflammation.

– Muscle aches from overuse and fibromyalgia often respond well to massage.

– Regular exercise can help restore proper muscle tone. Walking, cycling, and swimming are good aerobic activities to try.

– Be sure to get plenty of sleep and try to reduce stress. Yoga and meditation are excellent ways to help you sleep and relax.

– If your muscle aches are due to a specific disease, follow the instructions of your doctor to treat the primary illness.

Soma is a medication that relaxes muscles, relieves pain and discomfort associated with strains, sprains, spasms or other muscle injuries. Muscle relaxers are for specific muscle injury, pain and should not be used for general body aches and pains. Soma is taken orally. The usual adult dosage of soma is one 350 mg tablet, three times daily and at bedtime.

Do not use Soma if you are allergic to carisoprodol or meprobamate (Equanil, Miltown), or if you have porphyria. Before using Soma, tell your doctor if you are allergic to any drugs, or if you have epilepsy or other seizure disorder, liver disease or kidney disease.

Soma may be habit-forming and should be used only by the person it was prescribed for. Soma should never be given to another person, especially someone who has a history of drug abuse or addiction. Keep the medication in a secure place where others cannot get to it. You may have withdrawal symptoms when you stop using Soma after using it over a long period of time. Withdrawal symptoms include stomach pain, sleep problems, headache, nausea, and seizure (convulsions). Do not stop using Soma suddenly without first talking to your doctor. You may need to use less and less before you stop the medication completely.

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Creakic: The Six Most Faq’s About Creakic

This is the first in a series to find out about Creakic. If you are a bodybuilder, strength addict or conditioning freak, this supplement may be for you. Years of research has been done and Creakic promises results that few other supplements do. This article will focus on the frequently asked questions (FAQ’s) regarding Creakic. More in-depth articles concerning Creakic will be coming in the next few days. Creakic is one of the supplements which may change your thought process on your intense training program.

1. What is CREAKIC?

Creakic is a new creatine-based supplement that neutralizes reactive oxygen species (ROS) to maximize creatine absorption by your muscles to support rapid muscle growth. What the heck does that mean to me? Ok, Creakic will help the creatine get into your muscles faster.

2. What’s in it?

Sorry for this but there is no way to put these words into English. Creakic is a molecularly engineered, multipart form of creatine, known chemically as creatine-6,8-thioctic acid-ketoisocaproic acid calcium. See I told you! Regular creatine pills, like creatine ethyl ester, can not neutralize the ROS (don’t worry definitions are coming), so you may only get so-so results.

3. What are Reactive Oxygen Species (ROS)?

These basically are the little toxins that inhibit or slow down the creatine transport process. So they stop the creatine from getting into your muscles and that limits your muscle growth. Never heard of them? Stay tuned for the next article.

4. What is the science behind it?

Creakic is the product of years of research into looking at and solving the one significant problem that other creatine pills have failed to address ? reactive oxygen species (ROS). Seemingly, no other creatine pill has been created to actually look at this problem.

5. How do I know it’s the supplement for me?

Depending on your level of activity and where you want to be in your training, Creakic may be the right supplement. You need a way to get more creatine into your muscles. Bottom line, this is what it does.

6. Why is CREAKIC so revolutionary?

Before Creakic, athletes took creatine in pill or powder form, hoping it all went into the muscles. They couldn’t be sure. Research shows Creakic simply recharges your creatine receptors, which basically counters the effects of reactive oxygen species (ROS) and can lead to an impressive rush in strength and muscle gains. It helps the cells become more open to the creatine. Nothing stands in its way to the muscles.

OK, I hope a few of your questions about Creakic have been answered. This seems to not be a run of the mill creatine supplement. Many years of research and study have gone into the creation of this bodybuilding/strength supplement. As with any new supplement, there are always pros and cons as to effectiveness. However, anecdotal claims show very positive results. These will be examined in our next articles, along with reviews, more questions and more science.

What The Heck Is Unilateral Weightlifting And Why You Should Care

If you’re new to the world of strength training and muscle building, I have a question for you. Do you know the difference between unilateral and bilateral weightlifting? If not, let me explain it to you because it is a very important concept that could add profound benefits to your program.

A definition

Simply put, unilateral weightlifting trains one side at a time, while bilateral training uses both sides of your body at the same time. A classic example of bilateral training would be the use of a barbell to train the biceps; that is, both biceps are working at the same time. If you train the bicep unilaterally, you would use a dumbbell or resistance band on one arm at a time.

Okay, that wasn’t so complicated, was it? I admit the concept is simple, but the real point here is why unilateral training could be extremely beneficial to your weightlifting efforts. If you’re a beginner, you have to be very careful to start building muscle with the proper foundation. You may be eager to get started as soon as possible, but if you ignore your weaknesses you could end up with a number of injuries. These injuries, of course, can lead you sidelined for a long time (not to mention cost you a wad of money for therapy).

The bottom line

How does unilateral training help you to avoid injury? One of the important considerations in preventing weight training injuries is to correct muscle imbalances. If you have a weaker side, it would be wise to strengthen that side and restore balance to your frame. Unilateral training allows you to focus on one side at a time until you feel that you?ve reached a better balance in your body.

Unilateral training is just one component of Vincent Delmonte’s Upside Down Training. In this introductory program, he teaches you to improve your posture and correct imbalances to better prepare you for his 29 week course, No Nonsense muscle building.

To Gain Muscle, All Pros Do Only 1 Set!

Copyright 2006 Jonathan Perez

Every pro bodybuilder does only 1 set per exercise to failure to gain muscle mass…..whether they say so or not.

I’m going to answer one of the most asked, most contradicted questions about how to train to gain weight around:

“How many sets does it take to gain muscular size and development?”

Now, I’m referring to sets per exercise.

When you perform a set in a “certain” manner, with the correct amount of weight and for a very “specific” rep range, you will have induced the maximum growth in that muscle.

Anything above and beyond that is just a waste.

The problem today is that when you pick up any bodybuilding or weight gain magazine / book, they all recommend several sets per exercise.

Not only is this very misleading to us average, skinny “hardgainers”, but when you see every top pro doing set after set after set, it’s no wonder that 99.9% of the average weight training population feels that it takes many sets to get the job done.

Well, to get straight to my point, look very closely at how the pros train, not what they say.

An excellent example is Jay Cutler.

If you ever read his articles, Muscle-Tech ads, or watch his training dvds, you see he follows a very high volume, high set training routine.

He does anywhere from 15-25 sets per muscle!

So, anyone looking at that might say, “Jay’s a beast. If he does a ton of sets, then so will I!”.

Well, I want you to go and read for yourself an ad that’s running in some of the mags, the one titled “A Legacy In The Making”.

In there he discusses his training routine.

In there he says, quote, “…..Obviously, you can’t train to failure on every set.

I try to put in 100% effort on the last set of each exercise.

For example, if I’m doing chest, I usually do a weight I can handle for 8 to 10 repetitions for 3 sets and maybe a forth set where I go all fourth set is the only set where I go to failure.”

So, if he is doing 4 sets for an exercise, the first 3 are pretty much a bunch of warm-ups.

Only the fourth and last set is the one where he goes all-out, 100%, to failure.

As a matter of fact, I remember reading in Muscular Development that he calls these first sets “feeler” sets.

Well, “feeler” sets have got nothing to do with gaining muscle mass, it just serves as a warm-up.

This is the same case with every other pro.

They may say they do 3, 4, 5 sets per exercise, but they only go all-out, to failure on the last set.

In other words……………1 set per exercise to one and only set that puts the muscle weight gain wheels into motion.

Observe, my friend, real closely what people do, not what they say, because it can be very misleading.

You may read in an article in a mag and see an individual’s training routine, usually inside of a box, containing the name of the exercise, the number of sets and reps.

Well, if you didn’t know any better, you would assume that these guys are going all-out, to the max on each and every one of these sets.

That only leads to over-exhaustion, over-fatigue, and overtraining for you and I.

Bodybuilding Stretch Marks: Prevent Them, Reduce Them

So you’ve been dedicating yourself to building, bulking and sculpting that beautiful body ? sweating and pumping and seeing fast, wonderful results in your physique. Then oops, what are those purple streaks on your gorgeous developing pecs? Those are stretch marks. Surprise! What, you thought only pregnant women and fat people got them? Nope, they can happen to anyone and body building is a big cause. In fact, most body builders suffer from them mostly due to not knowing how to prevent them.

Not all bodybuilders can prevent them since genetics plays a large role. Some will get them no matter what, some never do, but there are steps you can take that will go far in preventing them and reducing the appearance of ones you might already have. You’ve spent all that time and effort on your body ? don’t let skin imperfections mar the results!

What causes bodybuilding stretch marks?

Simply, skin is made up of collagen and elastin fibers, a protein mesh in the skin that makes it flexible and able to stretch and recoil back to its original position. When bodybuilders are building muscle mass and putting on weight too quickly, the skin is over-stretched, damaging the collagen and elastin network. The skin tears and results in scar tissue known as ‘stretch marks?.

Stretch marks also often occur as the result of steroid type hormones released from the adrenal cortex naturally by bodybuilders. The use of steroid creams such as hydrocortisone has been demonstrated to cause stretch marks as well.

How can bodybuilding stretch marks be prevented?

First, try to not build too quickly, give your skin the chance to keep up. Losing fat as you build muscle will help to prevent over-stretching the skin as well. Take a good multi-vitamin daily and try to eat a diet rich in vitamins A, C and E and take a zinc supplement since it is essential in the production of collagen. Drink a lot of water, at least 8 ? 10 glasses a day to stay well hydrated. If you smoke, quit since smoking reduces the skin’s elasticity.

Apply a good quality cream daily that is formulated for the prevention and treatment of stretch marks. They are designed to penetrate and nourish the skin to stimulate your skin’s production of collagen and elastin. By stimulating the cell regeneration, it helps to repair and diminish the appearance of existing stretch marks and protect the skin from further damage by improving the elasticity and resiliency of the skin. It provides essential elements it needs to maintain its maximum elasticity to prevent stretch marks and to recover from existing stretch mark scarring.

Can stretch marks be removed?

Unfortunately, once stretch marks are there, they are there to stay. The reddish, purplish color will fade in time, turning white or silvery so they will be much less apparent. The use of stretch mark cream will help to significantly diminish the appearance by stimulating the collagen production, thickening the epidermis to give the skin a more normal appearance as well as help prevent further damage.

Other options include laser surgery (done as an out-patient with no recovery required) which usually take several treatments with a cost of $5000 or more in total. Microdermabrasion is also used for the treatment of stretch marks and is more affordable than laser. It works faster than stretch mark cream but often the results are no better.

Prevention is always the best option!