I am so confident that I can help you reduce your joint discomfort that I’m willing to let you try my solution completely risk free for 60 days. No tricks, no gimmicks…just confidence. And if you stick with me for the next couple minutes, I’ll explain everything.  

Now, if you’ll bear with me for a quick second, I’d like to give you some relevant context before I reveal how I can help you with your joint discomfort…  

My name is Rick Gray and you might know me as the owner of A.S. Research, where I strive to help normal guys and girls like you and me meet their strength and physique goals through superior information and supplementation.  

On more than one occasion, I’ve personally had to modify my workouts to accommodate joint discomfort. At other points I was forced to take extended periods of time off because I couldn’t workout at a sufficient level of intensity to make any meaningful progress.  

Of course, this problem is not unique to me… (or bodybuilders and fitness enthusiasts) The fact is, I have guys writing me all the time asking me what they can do about their joint discomfort because it’s seriously affecting their progress and quality of life. That’s when I had a small epiphany… 

 “Joint Discomfort Isn’t Really About Your Joints…” 

It’s about not being able to do the things you really want to without soreness and/or without paying such a huge price the next day that it’s no longer worth it.  

These are not small things… Depending on how severe the soreness is you can be limited in… Staying physically fit – this obviously affects how you look, feel and how long you live  

Activities with your kids and grandkids – these are some of life’s most treasured moments and they can be significantly hindered by joint discomfort  

Your favorite hobbies – these are often picked because they are the activities that provide you with the greatest enjoyment and satisfaction  

Your profession – even those who don’t do manual labor need to be able to move without soreness The list goes on and on…  

The fact is, there isn’t much we do without our joints. Yes, I know that’s not PhD level info, but I point it out because the stakes are higher than most people think, and finding a solution is worth our best effort! Ok, let’s get into it by quickly covering… 

“The Primary Causes Of Joint Discomfort” 

In order to understand the causes of joint discomfort, it helps to know what makes up a joint.  

Here’s the makeup of a Synovial joint at a very high level. (a Synovial joint is the most common joint in humans and it achieves movement at the point of contact of the articulating bones…think hips, knees, elbows, shoulders, etc.) For illustration purposes, we will look at a knee…  

Knee Joint – Bone, Cartilage, Tendons, & Ligaments Som& of the specifics change (e.g. certain ligaments, bones and tendons), but joint discomfort is typically explained by issues in one or more of these components. Of course, the range of causes for joint discomfort are too numerous to get into in this presentation… 

“A Solution That Can Get You Back To Doing The Things You Really Want To Do” 

First, the bad news…  

For a long time doctors believed there wasn’t anything that could be done about cartilage after it was gone (i.e. it doesn’t grow back).  

Today, researchers believe there are supplements that can help improve each of the components of the joint, but almost none of common products available deliver a comprehensive solution based on the most cutting edge safe and natural ingredients available on the market today.  

Let me explain…  

In order to have a joint that functions properly without soreness, you need to ensure each component is healthy and strong.  

For example, you could have enough cartilage, but if you lack sufficient lubrication or have weak tendons, there can still be soreness. This is one reason why Glucosamine and Chondroitin are a good start, but not everybody sees progress when taking them alone.  

With this in mind, I asked the team at my lab to pour through all the latest studies and supplements on the market today so we could develop a comprehensive solution that would benefit the entire joint and really help people with their joint discomfort.  

The results were profound, and frankly, not what I expected. Based on our research…

“These Are the Safest Natural Supplements That Can Dramatically Reduce Your Joint Discomfort…” 

  • Glucosamine Sulfate HCL - “Glucosamine sulfate is a chemical found in the human body that is used to produce a variety of other chemicals that are involved in building tendons, ligaments, cartilage and the thick fluid that surrounds joints. Researchers believe that taking glucosamine supplements may either increase the cartilage and fluid surrounding joints or help prevent breakdown of these substances, or maybe both. Some researchers think the “sulfate” part of glucosamine sulfate is also important. Sulfate is needed by the body to produce cartilage. This is one reason why they believe that glucosamine sulfate might work better than other forms of glucosamine such as glucosamine hydrochloride or N-acetyl glucosamine” (Web MD). 
  • Chondroitin Sulfate - Commonly used in conjunction with glucosamine to help ease soreness, Chondroitin sulfate is considered to be a symptomatic slow-acting compound that has a slow onset of action that improves osteoarthritis symptoms after a couple of weeks. It is believed to produces a slow but gradual decrease of the clinical symptoms of osteoarthritis and these benefits should last for a long period after the end of treatment. Significant data suggests that
  • Chondroitin sulfate could have a chondroprotective action by modifying the structure of cartilage. Shark Cartilage - Is believed to combat both the causes and symptoms of arthritis by repairing damaged cartilage, reducing joint swelling and soreness and lubricating joint surfaces; which increases joint comfort, flexibility and mobility. 
  • Cetyl Myristoleate - Cetyl myristoleate is taken to help lubricate joints and muscles, reduce soreness, boost the immune system and help fight infections. With that in mind, the most common use for cetyl myristoleate is to relieve the soreness and soreness associated with osteoarthritis. 
  • Methylsulfonylmethane (MSM) - MSM is found in small amounts in everyone’s blood, and it is a necessary building block for proteins; especially those found in the hair, muscles, and connective tissue of the joints and skin. Studies have shown that the combination of MSM and glucosamine benefit in the treatment of arthritis. 
  • Boswellia serrata extract - Boswellia is an herb that is believed to be effective in promoting joint health. It is believed to increase absorption and bioavailability (thereby making any other supplement ingredient dosages more effective). 
  • Boron- an important trace mineral that is believed to be effective in the relief of joint discomfort. In particular, it aids calcium integration into the cartilage and bone, and this can reduce soreness because bones are stronger and there is additional cartilage to cushion the joints. 
  • Piperine - Is the active phenolic component in black pepper extract, and it is believed to reduce soreness in those who suffer from rheumatoid arthritis and osteoarthritis. Similar to Boron, it is also believed to promote bio-availability of other nutrients which means more of the ingredients taken in combination with Piperine will be absorbed. 
  • Vitamin C - Is familiar to most of us, but its role in joint health tends to be underappreciated. Vitamin C not only helps produce collagen, a major component of joints, but sweeps the body of destructive molecular byproducts known as free radicals, which are destructive to joints. Without vitamin C and other antioxidant nutrients, free-radical damage to joints would be much worse. One of the best-known studies looking into vitamin C and arthritis, the Framingham osteoarthritis study, found that people whose diets routinely included high amounts of vitamin C had significantly less risk of their arthritis progressing. 
  • Manganese - a trace mineral is found in small quantities in the bones, kidneys, liver and pancreas that is known to be an anti-oxidant that fights free radicals that attack body cells. In particular, the antioxidant superoxide dismutase (SOD) is low in people who suffer from arthritis. SOD prevents soreness of joints, and according to clinical studies of those with osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis, a combination of Glucosamine, Chondroitin and Manganese can alleviate soreness. 
  • Zinc - Zinc is a mineral that is believed to have a myriad of health benefits, but those specifically related to joint discomfort are its abilities as a soreness and soreness reducer. It is not produced by the body so it needs to be added via diet and/or supplementation. In one study from the University of Washington in Seattle, people with rheumatoid arthritis supplemented with Zinc three times a day. After three months, significant improvements in morning stiffness, soreness and swelling were reported 
  • Copper - Similar to Zinc, Copper needs to be sourced from external sources and it is an effective soreness reducer. In addition, it is also aids in growth of connective tissues and wound healing. 
  • Chromium - is an essential trace element and over 90% of U.S. adults have a deficiency of the mineral chromium because it is not readily absorbed from foods. Chromium is believed to help control glucose and insulin levels which means it can help control weight and blood sugar levels.  

There you have it! Based on our research, these are the most effective ingredients available for joints. we knew we had a formula for a product that could really help people. And the end result is something we call Joint Regen Check out the label…  

Joint Regen – The Most Complete Joint Formula Available! Yep, it’s no coincidence that it has every joint benefitting ingredient discovered in our research…in one product! 

Now is the time start making progress towards getting back to what you really want to be doing…without joint discomfort!