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Interview with Behzad “Bear” Bakhshandeh: Young Athletes Need Play Again Now

My name is Behzad – but everybody calls me Bear. I am 24 years old, and I train and compete in powerlifting and strongman. For strength sports, I have been training for four years – working out six days a week and combining strength training, conditioning and cardio. My goal is to become a pro-level…
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Play Again Now™ – The Next Step in Hyaluronic Acid Supplementation

Viscos, LLC is pleased to announce our new and improved oral, liquid hyaluronic acid (HA) product: Play Again Now™. Our new formulation – with the same HA you love and depend upon – now has added MSM. MSM is a proven supplement ingredient used extensively for joint and connective tissue health. The flavor has been…
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Hyaluronic Acid: Combat Whole Body Soreness and Stiffness

Hyaluronic acid (HA) could be one the most important compounds in the human body. HA is present in cartilage, ligaments, tendons, bone, in the cornea of the eye, skin, tendons, lungs, blood vessels, and heart valves. The largest concentration of HA is found around the joints, in the vitreous humor of the eye, and in…
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#teamplayagain: Fitness At Any Level

Replenishing your body’s naturally-occurring hyaluronic acid (HA) keeps your joints, ligaments, tendons and muscles lubricated and flexible. #teamplayagain athletes excel at the levels they select. These athletes are able to continually re-set and expand their fitness goals taking the HA daily that is the main ingredient in Play Again. Here are some comments from four…
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Are You Feeling Your Workout Recovery?

If you feel like there are a lot of marketers out there trying to grab your sports nutrition and recovery supplement dollars, you are right. That’s because emerging trends in sports nutrition and recovery products are focused on providing consumers with new sensory experiences, promoting new ingredients, and developing seemingly healthy and convenient nutritional products….
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Conquer Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness (DOMS)

Athletes know the feeling: muscle stiffness and soreness that sneaks up on the body 24 hours or more after a rigorous workout, an endurance run or the first day back swimming laps or skiing. Any time athletes accelerate the intensity of a workout or compete at a higher level, this delayed discomfort can interrupt their…
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Recovery for Women of All Ages

There’s no reason to slow down athletically as you age. According to the Women’s Sports and Fitness Foundation, sports participation among women between 45 and 64 has grown over the last six years. A strategic plan for recovery throughout your lifetime is a key component of staying as active and fit as you want to…
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