TitaniumPhysique: How to Fix and Eliminate Muscle or Joint Pain During Weight Lifting Bodybuilding

TitaniumPhysique: How to Fix and Eliminate Muscle or Joint Pain During Weight Lifting Bodybuilding

The Root Cause of Muscle and Joint Pain
Root cause #1 that causes weight lifting joint pain – Chronic inflammation
When we do any kind of weight or strength training – like bodybuilding, weight lifting or resistance training, it strengthens muscles but also inflames the tendons, ligaments and joints in the body.
This is what produces the “burning” sensation of pain in the elbow, wrist, shoulders, knees or feet.
With time, the body naturally heals itself and the pain goes away.
However, when the body is unable to heal, and the inflamed tendon and joint pain continue for more than three months, it becomes a chronic inflammatory condition.
Chronic inflammation is a state where the inflammatory process that allows the body to naturally heal is broken. Chronic inflammation leads to all sorts of issues that affect weight lifting and exercising.
Most gym-goers and weight lifters with chronic inflammation struggle with
1. Elbow, shoulder or wrist pain when lifting
2. Shoulder and elbow pain during/after bench press
3. Knee pain or knees hurting during/after squats or lunges and
4. Elbow pain during pull ups or push ups.
These conditions left untreated breaks down the body and aggravates more pain.

Root cause #2 that causes weight lifting joint pain – Muscle Restriction
Muscle restriction occurs when muscle fibers gets shortened and are unable to release and lengthen back to its normal state.
A traumatic event like lifting a weight too heavy or using bad weight lifting form can strain muscles and cause injury. When this happens, the joints surrounding the injured muscle becomes weaker. To support the joint, the muscle shortens, tightens up and forms knots. It gets restricted.
Restricted muscles pull tighter on the tendons. This inflames the tendons and creates inflammation in the body, which leads to pain in the joints. Most gym-goers and weight lifters with dysfunctional and restricted muscles struggle with
1. shoulder pain during/after bench press
2. sore knees, knee pain or knees hurting during/after squats or lunges
3. forearm pain from lifting and
4. lower back pain when lifting

Root cause #3 that causes weight lifting joint pain – Joint Subluxation
Restricted muscles pull tighter on the joints. Over time, this cause the joints to move out of their normal position. This condition is known as a subluxation, and it can affect the joints and nervous system in the body, leading to pain.
The misaligned joints can [1] stretch and choke the nerves which can lead to sharp nerve pain in the body; [2] lead to an irritating “clicking” or popping sound of joints during weight lifting; [3] inflame the tendons and ligaments, creating excessive inflammation that lead to more joint pain.
Most gym-goers and weight lifters with subluxation struggle with
1. upper back pain when lifting
2. lower back pain when lifting
3. shoulder pain when lifting and
4. knee pain or knees hurting during/after squats or lunges.

Here’s the 3 Step Formula

The first step is Plug the Hole to “Get Better” – This step repairs the inflammatory process in the body to get better. This step alone can neutralize and stop tendonitis joint pain fast! If you have any of the following, this step will neutralize chronic inflammation to allow the wrist, elbow, shoulder and knee tendons to heal.

1. wrist pain when lifting
2. elbow pain when lifting
3. shoulder pain when lifting
4. bench press shoulder pain
5. bench press elbow pain
6. forearm pain when lifting
7. knees hurting when squatting or
8. knee pain after squats

The second step is Go Alkaline to “Perform Better” – Certain foods cause the body to get into an acidic state. Going alkaline simply means making sure the pH level of the body is optimal and not acidic. When your body is alkaline, you’ll have more energy and less joint pain. It will also speed up your post-workout recovery (by reducing acute inflammation of the joints and tendons).

The third and final step is Release to “Feel Better” – This step involves implementing simple manual treatment and mobility exercises to stimulate repair and neutralize pain in any specific area of the body. If you have any of the following, this step will help strengthen these joints to neutralize pain.

1. lower back pain when lifting
2. wrist pain when lifting
3. shoulder pain when lifting
4. bench press shoulder pain
5. forearm pain when lifting or
6. knees hurting when squatting

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