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2014/11/01 13:06:13 (permalink)

GH or Peptides for speeding up recovery for injury?

Is GH good for helping recover from an injury (External Rotators)? If so, how much would you recommend taking p.d? Are Peptides any better or just as good?
 
I have no idea about the use of both GH and Peps.
 
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Re: GH or Peptides for speeding up recovery for injury? 2014/11/01 19:20:56 (permalink)☄ Helpfulby Sciatic 2014/11/02 00:17:37
If you have full tear that wouldn't repair naturally the gh and peps will not help, but something that would repair naturally will be sped up with the introduction of gh or peps!
Good gh is hard to get and expensive, so I would go down peptides route personally!
With peptides generally the more often they are taken the better and the more natural gh your body will be forced to produce.
Other less common peptides like TB500 are supposed to be good for injuries, although I can't really give any advice on that as never used it myself or researched it.
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Re: GH or Peptides for speeding up recovery for injury? 2014/11/02 00:17:29 (permalink)
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If you have full tear that wouldn't repair naturally the gh and peps will not help, but something that would repair naturally will be sped up with the introduction of gh or peps!
Good gh is hard to get and expensive, so I would go down peptides route personally!
With peptides generally the more often they are taken the better and the more natural gh your body will be forced to produce.
Other less common peptides like TB500 are supposed to be good for injuries, although I can't really give any advice on that as never used it myself or researched it.

Thanks for this mate, it give me a good start into some research. Much appreciated pal.


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Re: GH or Peptides for speeding up recovery for injury? 2014/11/05 11:15:30 (permalink)
I looked into TB500, never used it but would be interested to know the results if you do. If you have a bad injury then I dont think it ever fully goes away unless you have surgery. 
 
 
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Re: GH or Peptides for speeding up recovery for injury? 2014/11/06 09:55:17 (permalink)
IMO  HGH releasing Peptides are superior to artificial HGH as endogenous HGH is a much longer/complex chain of aminos. Whereas Artificial HGH is only a short section of the chain.
 
The best site for information on GHRP s and ModGrf(1-29) is:
http://www.datbtrue.co.uk/
There is extensive, reliable and fully referenced  data here.
 
TB500 can be useful as an anti-inflammatory and can help with healing but it isnt any miracle worker.

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Re: GH or Peptides for speeding up recovery for injury? 2015/02/07 22:06:30 (permalink)
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IMO  HGH releasing Peptides are superior to artificial HGH as endogenous HGH is a much longer/complex chain of aminos. Whereas Artificial HGH is only a short section of the chain.
 
The best site for information on GHRP s and ModGrf(1-29) is:
http://www.datbtrue.co.uk/
There is extensive, reliable and fully referenced  data here.
 
TB500 can be useful as an anti-inflammatory and can help with healing but it isnt any miracle worker.


Hi mate,
 
Only just seen this and thanks for the input and link. Appreciated mate.


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Re: GH or Peptides for speeding up recovery for injury? 2015/02/08 04:31:08 (permalink)
GH or Ghrp's to speed up surgery healing . IGF Lr3 for anti Inflammatory ,but after a RC problem plenty of pre w/out stretching/warm up and time
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Re: GH or Peptides for speeding up recovery for injury? 2015/02/08 09:02:57 (permalink)
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GH or Ghrp's to speed up surgery healing . IGF Lr3 for anti Inflammatory ,but after a RC problem plenty of pre w/out stretching/warm up and time


Cheers for this thoon,
 
it's taken since last September until now for me to get back to lifting confidently. Plenty of rehab/common sense, experience and patience. I don't bench anymore, just DB's on decline so far, and no smith machine for delts are just two of many things I've had to adjust.
 
Again thanks for the tip mate.


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Re: GH or Peptides for speeding up recovery for injury? 2015/02/09 13:36:25 (permalink)
The healthy shoulders exercises are good for rehab and maintaining shoulder health. 
Cuban rotations, External Rotation using Dumbbells, Lying Lateral Raise with Dumbbells.
There are plenty of vids on youtube showing these exercises.
They are good for a warm up as well. 
 

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Re: GH or Peptides for speeding up recovery for injury? 2015/02/11 19:01:19 (permalink)
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The healthy shoulders exercises are good for rehab and maintaining shoulder health. 
Cuban rotations, External Rotation using Dumbbells, Lying Lateral Raise with Dumbbells.
There are plenty of vids on youtube showing these exercises.
They are good for a warm up as well. 
 


Yes mate, agree I've been using latter two for a while now. Not sure on the Cuban rotations only because I'm not familiar with those. will take a look into these. Thanks mate, appreciate your input.
 
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