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Isometric Stretching

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Published on Aug 8, 2014

Isometric Stretching and Green Smoothies by Jason Hommel. FIXJOINTPAIN.COM

In this 33 minute video, I go through and stretch then flex most every muscle in my body; using only a six second isometric flex.

My protocol: A half hour to an hour of isometric stretching, once a week, while drinking green smoothies before, during, and after the stretching. Within 4 weeks, you will blast out perhaps 95% of the pain in your joints. It seems to me that toxins and heavy metals get deposited into the joint tissues, unless the blood is very clean. The greens act as a chelator to remove the toxins and bad metals, and supply nutritious metals at the same time. Most people get vastly stronger very quickly, as the joint and tendon pains are removed so quickly.

A green smoothie consists of about 40% leafy greens and 60% fruit in a blender, with about a cup or two of water. My favorite greens are spinach, cilantro, parsley, or mixed greens. My favorite fruits are bananas, apples, oranges, pineapple, grapes, blueberries, cherries, or whatever is in season.

Look up "green smoothies" at google for more. They also say to mix up the greens, and don't consume "just spinach daily" for more than a month or else it can make the stomach upset.

Do green smoothies fix joint pain? The testimonials on the web indicate that after a year of drinking green smoothies, people report much better joints, or much less join pain.

Does isometric stretching fix joint pain? The research in the athletic literature seem to be mixed with regard to their effectiveness on joint pain. But the researchers typically don't study the mix of exercise and diet at the same time; they typically compare one form of stretching verses another, not even looking at diet.

I believe the secret is the combination of isometric stretching and green smoothies, and it makes sense that it works.
If joint pain is a result of the toxic blood depositing excessive minerals in the joints, then only clean blood will fix the joints.

In my recent experience, I felt that regular isometric exercise, using isometric holds for max time, creating lactic acid, such as doing a deep squat for 3 minutes, or a deep lunge for a minute and a half, did not fix my joint pain, but instead, made my knee pain worse. Sure enough, the literature says that the liver and kidneys have to work to process the lactic acid, so it seems that over working those cleansing organs can lead to deposits of metals in the joints.

Greens contain chlorophyll which is chelator, meaning, it binds to heavy metals and helps the body remove them.

EDTA, an artificial chelator, is used for lead poisoning and mercury poisoning, copper poisoning, and calcium poisoning, as well as for both forms of arthritis. See webmd.com

My personal experience: I've eliminated sharp knee pains that was likely caused by years of ski racing and bodybuilding. I've blasted out pain in my feet. I eliminated 25 years of lower back pain that was caused by osteomyelitis, which is a bacterial infection in my bone and muscle that corroded everything in a small egg shaped cyst in my lower back when I was 18. I'm currently working through a bit of pain in my shoulder from years of falling on it while ski racing.

My experience with David, who was the cameraman. David had horrible joint pains all over his body. He is 64. His joints were so bad, he had an artificial hip implanted years ago, and was taking over 200 milligrams of morphine daily for body and joint pain. After 16 weeks, David was able to quit morphine completely, without experiencing any joint pain. Most of his joint pains were gone by week 4 of isometric stretching and green drinks.

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