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    ontheway13 is offline New Member
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    HGH for Sports injuries?

    Been playing sports all of my life. Currently 33. Still play rugby at a very high level. Since turning 31 i have noticed the muscle injuries have been coming more regularly and recovery from these injuries gets longer and longer.
    I have been working out much smarter and taking care of my body better as well, but I think the age and mileage is catching up.

    Does anyone think there will be any benefit of getting on some hgh? I also know we are not to discuss sources, but would anti-aging clinics see my areas of concern as a good reason to go on? I look at all of the online places and do not trust anything.

    I work out about 4 to 5 days a week whether it is training for rugby or in the gym. If i had to guess my bf is around 9-10. It has been about 5 years since the last test and it was about 6 then. I know that mey seem low but true and have always been very lean.

    I would also like the hgh for strength and some size increase. I am also aware that it may help for some endurance for rugby.
    Any feedback would be greatly appreciated.
    I know I am new to the forum with low post so if anyone would like an email or pm let me know. Thanks

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    Some studies have shown that GH strengthens connective tissue, tendons, and cartilage, and can also increase bone density, so I guess it would depend on what your specific injuries are.

    Here's a good read for an introduction to HGH http://forums.steroid.com/showthread...one-interested

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    ontheway13 is offline New Member
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    Thanks. I have read that and many of the Other posts.


    I have mainly been getting calf and hamstring injuries
    Last edited by ontheway13; 04-12-2011 at 02:31 PM.

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    I've been on 5iu/ed of HGH for about 2 1/2 years now. I heal faster and I don't have as many injuries and when I get injured I seem to heal faster. I'm 51 so the effects are more pronounced for me.

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    ontheway13 is offline New Member
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    thanks for the response. That is the kind of stuff I am looking to hear about. I am trying to decide if I want to give it a shot. It has been about 10 years since I have taken anything and back then it was aas. I got great results from that, but do not need that anymore.
    Hopefully more can give me some info, and I will be able to get a good source.

    Thanks guys.

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    ontheway13 is offline New Member
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    thanks for the response. That is the kind of stuff I am looking to hear about. I am trying to decide if I want to give it a shot. It has been about 10 years since I have taken anything and back then it was aas. I got great results from that, but do not need that anymore.
    Hopefully more can give me some info, and I will be able to get a good source.

    Thanks guys.

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    The nice thing about HGH versus AAS for recovery is that I don't really want to get bigger, stronger, have my nuts shrink, and do PCT. HGH is very gradual... Almost natural. I'm older so I'm not looking for a quick fix solution. I wanted a solution that would be more natural.

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