11/05/2007 9:02am, #1
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- Jun 2007
How do supplements aid in recovery?
I have a vague memory of a post I made about supplements earlier, and someone mentioned they took a supplement to help them recover after weight lifting. Like, I'm pretty sore now 3 days after some lifting, and was wondering what supplements work for this, and exactly how they work (i like to know why rather than just take them).
11/05/2007 10:08am, #2
Did you even try the search function?
Here's a tip: start by reading El Macho's signature ...
11/05/2007 10:25am, #3
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Yep, pretty much what he said :tongue3:
Plus, the sticky thread is a good start as well.
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