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Nitrobol Review

I am writing this review for the product Nitrobol because it has 
been one of the best in protein synthesis products I have tried 
ever!  When I first read about Nitrobol , I have to admit I was 
very skeptical, but after the first week of using it, it became 
very clear to me that this product was working.  

I was using 10 capsules twice a day, once in the morning and 
then following my workouts.  I noticed that my recovery time 
was getting shorter and shorter which is important to me since 
I compete all the time in Strongman competitions and 
Powerlifting meets of all levels. 

I also noticed that after using the Nitrobol for awhile that my 
body seemed to be absorbing more of the protein I was consuming 
throughout the day. How do I know, well anyone that consumes 
alot of protein powder throughtout the day knows that it can 
be a constant race to the rest room when your body is not 
accepting what you have just put in.  Which in turn means I 
put on I would say a good 6 pounds in 3 weeks.

I give Nitrobol a big thumbs up and I personally plan on doing 
another study on this product and see how much Muscle 
gains I can get in 3 month with this awesome product.

Thanks a ton,  

Daniel Conner

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     Fitness Tips For 7/9/2008

Weight Lifting Wrist Problems and Forearm Stability
by Denie (Ironco@webtv.net)

Got wrist problems? Is bench pressing painful in the wrist 
area...during the workout, and for days afterward? Are bicep 
and triceps training moves causing you cramps behind and 
above the hand and on the outer and inner wrist...because 
your wrist connective joints are rather thin and stringy?
Try doing priority barbell wrist curls, and reverse wrist curls 
off the end of a padded bench to toughen the ligaments...naturally 
these should be done with comfortable resistance of at least 8-12 
reps allowing free flowing flexibility of the wrist joint articulation.

This in effect should be your first priority...called strengthening 
your weak bodypart link. These training actions will reinforce 
ligament tensile strength at the wrist carpal zone connective 
area far better than a grip master machine or hand springs. 
They also will bulk out your pronator/supinator forearm
muscles...giving you a better bicep reactive curling base 
along with more effective tricep stability. 

Many trainers who bench press with sizable poundages incur 
or feel wrist strains. On the bench there is a secret  that all the 
world's greatest bench pressers know. None of them let the bar 
roll back in their hands which over stretches the wrists and 
tendons that pronate (bend the wrist inward) the forearm. And 
jam the tendons that supinate the forearm (bend the wrist 
backwards). They lay the bar across the meaty part of the 
hand...between the bottom of the thumb gut and on top of the 
outer heel of the hand. 

In this type of grip support it's bone on bone dealing with 
pressure on  carpals which lay on the radius and ulner 
forearm bones in this position.  In other words...the 
ligaments and tendons aren't getting any real (excessive) 
stress when you bench. And is a very stable support

Nutrient fortification also is critical for proper wrist 
structure and joint articulation and can be provided by 
adding some calcium and supporting chelated minerals 
along with flaxseed oil to your diet...while getting a bit 
more sunlight when you can. Bones that train need 
minerals that strain, while being backed up for aborption 
by Vitamin D and joint lubricators like flaxseed oil. Plus 
B-Complex (with C) vitamins are crucial to your connective 
tissue synthesis (collagen). 

If you're experiencing definitive chronic wrist problems 
you should see a medical orthopedic specialist to check 
for structural anomalies or micro trauma syndromes in 
this area. And gain correct diagnosis with proper therapy 
advice standards and supervision.  But if the weakness 
is just  from natural disuse and lack of training 
conditioning generally, try using the specilize e-z curl bar 
for triceps and biceps. Until you gain a finer wrist 
stability from training and conditioning especially for it. 

When using the e-z curl bar for bicep/tricep training hold 
it on the bend that allows the action in bi and tri not to 
twist your wrist ligaments and tendons, over stressing 

Use the e-z bar only until proper tensile strength and 
flexibility is built into the wrist area. And you can again 
return to doing traditional bi/tri movements. Do 4 sets for 
each muscle. Start with 10 reps, in the following two 
sets add 10 lbs to each. On the forth set. Drop off 40 lbs 
and pump 15 real fast. 

Now this is important. When you end each set of 
curls...don't stop. Bend over and row the bar to your 
waist about six more reps. Do this once and you will  
understand why. 

On the lying tricep when the move becomes 
impossible...don't stop. Just lay the bar on your chest and 
press 6 more reps. E-Z bars take stress off the bicep to 
some degree...but it's better than nothing. E-Z bars are 
excellent for triceps however. After about 6 weeks of this 
do supersets. Bicep set than no rest triceps set...Bi again, 
tri again etc. 

The pump with amaze you...so will the growth. Another way 
to subvert wrist problems is to use Nautilus arm machines 
in the same way I just described. 

Many hardcore free weight trainers hate these machines 
but they work real well. I own two of the original 
manufactured Nautilus models...and they kill on command 
while being wrist tendon friendly !

Stay strong and live constructively,
The   'DENIE'

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