I was staring at a whitetail buck like a predator.
I steady my rifle, aim and fire. Hit.
The recoil caused a jolt of pain through my elbows and shoulders. I let out a small cry and dropped the rifle.
I began learning to shoot at an older age. My aim was pretty bad.
But hey, better late than never. I don’t buy the “you can’t teach an old dog new tricks” mindset.
So through sheer stubbornness and practice, I improved my aim. But maintaining a steady position for an extended period of time, it did a number to my joints.
Extended contraction plus old age equals joint pain hell.
When I experienced pain, I endured it. Much to my detriment.
You know what happened of course. It finally hit me when I shot that white tail.
I tried “restarting” shooting when the pain was manageable again. Even for shorter periods. But it would return with a vengeance.
I almost gave up shooting.
It also affected my everyday life. I dreaded the mere acts of dressing up, cooking and driving. I couldn’t even walk my dog anymore!
When I went shopping, I needed my wife or young son to lift things for me. There were things I could handle before the injury. I hated being so dependent.
Here’s an ugly biological fact. As you age, your body declines.
But I don’t have to cite anymore studies. If you’re an older person, you feel it already.
The less active you are, the greater the decline. Even active people deal with this.
If you’re older, it takes longer to recover, and this has a cascading effect.
Lifters have this saying: use it or lose it.
You lose strength and muscle mass if you don’t train at least every 2 weeks. Now imagine if you’re sidelined for a few months!
Even if you get enough food and sleep, it won’t be enough. You might recover from an injury, but good luck returning to shape.
Your body and skills deteriorate.
If you try to restart training too soon, you might prematurely re-injure yourself.
These injuries demoralize people and they give up on a sport or hobby. Especially when they get older.
You can optimize your sleep and nutrition with incredible efficiency.
And I tried to do this, and it overwhelmed me.
There is a huge literature on joint pain and nutrition. I didn’t know what studies were outdated or not. I didn’t know what information was bad.
Where would I get the right supplements? Are these cheap supplements with poor quality control and have cross contamination?
Can I afford to learn and cook new food?
Time is precious too. You need to workout, practice, sleep and balance your day-to-day life too.
You could hire a sports nutritionist and a physiotherapist, but it’s expensive. I’m just a normal guy with a 9-5 job. Shooting was a side thing.
That’s when I tried ProJoint by Aimcise on a friend’s recommendation.
Shooters designed ProJoint for shooters with joint problems. It’s like a joint specialist in a bottle without the crazy price tag.
Within 2-3 months of starting ProJoint, I got some of my joint mobility and flexibility back, and the pain subsided.
I knew something was up because I noticed my range of motion improved with my resistance band workouts.
It’s subtle, but I didn’t feel this difference in years.
When my joint pain subsided, I tried more body weight exercises and kettlebells.
Did the kettlebells weigh as much from 5 to 10 years ago? No. But I hadn’t entertained kettlebells for a few years until now.
It was at the 2-3 month mark I felt confident enough to shoot again, because I felt no elbow or rotator cuff pain.
A year later, I can shoot like I used to.
I’ve continued taking ProJoint ever since.
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Unlike prescription drugs, you don’t have to worry about side-effects. Such as addiction issues, as ProJoint doesn’t use any opioids like pain killers.
It’s also far less invasive and less expensive to surgery too. Surgery should be a last resort anyway.
You also don’t have to worry about chiropractic screw ups too.
Here are some testimonials from champion archers
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DISCLAIMER There is no instant cure to joint pain and damage. Severity of damage or injury can alter the recovery time. This varies from person to person.
In my case, it was an elbow injury. But it didn’t require surgery or anything invasive.
I got my 8 hours of sleep and did light workouts. I maintained my discipline and ate pretty clean.
When you supplement with Aimcise ProJoint, it helps but it’s not a miracle drug.